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Ayra returns stronger with Rush 

By Chinonso Ihekire
17 September 2022   |   4:00 am
After a swell 2021, Mavin Records’ superstar chanteuse, Ayra Starr, has returned with an irresistible post-summer sizzler dubbed, Rush. The mid-tempo bop, which is the lead single off her forthcoming album, 19 & Dangerous deluxe.

After a swell 2021, Mavin Records’ superstar chanteuse, Ayra Starr, has returned with an irresistible post-summer sizzler dubbed, Rush. The mid-tempo bop, which is the lead single off her forthcoming album, 19 & Dangerous deluxe. 

The rhythmic anthem bristles with the Gen Z trailblazer’s signature confident lyrics that reflect her laser-sharp focus on forging her own path.

The 20-year old singer-songwriter is rapidly blazing her own path for global domination. This year has seen Ayra make her UK live debut at Wireless Festival, supporting Cardi B, and tour the United States supporting Koffee. The rising star has been championed as one of Spotify’s global RADAR artists, the platform’s emerging artist program.

Rush is also arriving on the heels of Ayra’s recent cross-genre collaborations with Skip Marley, Jane, and Manny Norté, Stalk Ashley and Tiana Major9, Worth My While.

Earlier this summer, she released Ase, a zesty Afro-soul COLORS exclusive single. Ayra also brought her charismatic performance style and unapologetic attitude to a string of collaborations including: Love Don’t Cost A Dime with Magixx, Options with L.A.X., Call with Iyanya, Comforter with ElGrandeToto, and a remix of Roadside with Mahalia and Rema. She joined her fellow Mavin Records labelmates (Crayon, LADIPOE, Magixx and Boy Spyce) on Overdose, a special collaboration to mark the tastemaker label’s recent 10th anniversary.

Rush is out across digital platforms. 

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