Maeta is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her “Babygirl” single.
Maeta – “Babygirl” music video
“I’m just sitting back, 11 am if you call me I ain’t calling back. I’m high and I don’t want to deal with that. It’s just me and myself and the fat (fat), no chat (chat). Ain’t no dialogue, no. I say sayonara to anybody coming to knock on my room. To anything that’s trying to f**k with my mood.” – lyrics
‘Babygirl’ tells a sensitive tale of a young woman who doesn’t want to be disturbed. Apparently, all she wants to do is smoke, chill, and ease the hurt that she is experiencing.
‘Babygirl’ is featured on Maeta’s 6-track debut EP, entitled, “Do Not Disturb”.
Maeta – “do not disturb” EP
“‘Babygirl’ is about a time when I first moved to L.A. and I was just really frustrated with life and wanted to disconnect and escape from everything, which happens to me often. I turned off my phone, smoked, watched a movie and had some time alone which was much needed. I had a session with Livvi Franc the next day and ‘Babygirl’ was born.” – Maeta
‘Babygirl’ contains a relatable storyline, pleasing vocals, and delicate melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses laidback instrumentation scented with a warm emo-R&B aroma.
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