The LA based Pop/R&B artist gets real candid about her womanly prowess with this new remix. She has teamed up with notable rapper T-Shyne of Young Thug’s YSL (Young Stoner Life) collective who adds fuel to the fire on this sensual offering.
This new release stays true to her pop rooted tone that resonates with the everyday listener. While identifying as sexually fluid, this song gives us a glimpse into her intimate encounters while setting ablaze this classic narrative of faking it. With influences ranging from some of today’s hottest chart toppers, Sarah channels these artists into her work, with production that transforms her music into an almost hypnotic pop and hip-hop infused style. Sarah Tromley swings effortlessly through her sound like an artistic pendulum.
Talking about the new remix Sarah mentions, “This track came from the idea that we as women are forced to “fake it till we make it” in so many parts of our lives, including sex… that its almost freeing when you find something that’s real. The first time you no longer have to fake it leaves you chasing a high of authenticity. Real emotion. Feeling alive. We need to feel safe and loved enough to show up as our truest selves in all aspects of life, especially in the bedroom.”
Feature artist T-Shyne has been a consistent player in the rap game with his dynamic lyrical style and a star-studded roster of collaborators like Meek Mill, Chief Keef, Slim Jxmmy of Rae Sremmurd, Juicy J, and more. He recently blessed Young Thug’s track “Stressed” which has received wide acclaim and now we see him sparking fire on Sarah’s remix.
Talking about featuring on the single T-Shyne mentions, “Hopping on this track felt like the vibe. I knew what it needed to connect to the culture.”
The remix comes as Sarah Tromley continues her already impressive journey as an artist which has seen her championed by the likes of Notion, EDM.com, Flaunt Magazine, LA Weekly, Voyage LA, Vents Magazine, Amor Magazine, and many more. This new experimental sound for Sarah lends an exciting break from her more moody tracks. By working with T-Shyne, Sarah was able to infuse hip hop elements into this remix thus allowing the story to really take shape from the perspective of both artists.