Kaisha (pronounced ka-yee-sha) is a Malaysian-born songwriter-songwriter based in Brighton, England. Not too long ago, she released a dramatic R&B single, titled, “Hard to Please.”
Kaisha – “Hard to Please” visualizer
‘Hard to Please’ is a call to those who are unable to be content with what they have, to stop fussing over the smaller details, and focus on the bigger picture. The song rummages into the draining experience of being in a relationship and the feeling of going around in circles with no resolution.
‘Hard to Please’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Hablot Brown, Sofia St Jean, and HOFFEY. The soulful tune possesses booming bass and thudding drum-laden instrumentation flavored with neo-soul and alternative R&B elements. Furthermore, “Hard to Please” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear on Kaisha’s upcoming EP, entitled, “Nine Yards.” The project is set to be released in early 2023.
“Hard to Please” single
“‘Hard to Please’ is about being in a relationship with someone who can never be fully satisfied with anything no matter how hard you try. With people like that, you soon realize that the effort you put in is under-appreciated. And when that happens, you figure out they’re not all that.” – Kaisha explained
Kaisha has surely set herself as a clear one to watch. After recently selling out her first headline show in Brighton, she has since garnered support from notable tastemakers across the music industry. Topics she covers include modern relationships, self-discovery, and anxiety. Her musical inspirations include Mac Ayres, The Internet, SiR, Moonchild, and Joyce Wrice.
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