Mariah. is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Shreveport, Louisiana. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Bizness” single via University Park Records.
Mariah. – “Bizness” music video
“Texting all night long, you won’t leave me alone. Told you I was through, but you can’t get the clue. Why are you this way? Stuck to me like glue. This ain’t nothing new, I thought I told you. All up on my page, mad you can’t get your way. Tried to silence me – that gave me strength to leave. Why are you stressing me? Mad you can’t get with me.” – lyrics
‘Bizness’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who wants her ex-partner to stop leaving comments on her social media page. Apparently, they are over and done with in her opinion. But unfortunately, her ex can’t stay away and is all up in her business. Later, she tells her ex, “This ain’t what you want, don’t call my phone. Leave me alone!”
‘Bizness’ contains a post-relationship-based narrative and ear-pleasing vocals. The likable tune possesses lush instrumentation flavored with a warm contemporary R&B vibration. Furthermore, “Bizness” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Mariah. in the near future as she continues to release new music.
“Don’t call my phone, leave me alone.”
“‘Bizness’ is written from the perspective of someone who’s fed up. It’s so easy nowadays to have people involved in your private matters-constantly around you like gnats-offering nothing. The question then becomes: why was the desire to keep tabs more than the commitment to the friendship or relationship? I’m sure we’ve all experienced an individual who is ‘all up in our business.’ This song serves as an invitation to exit.” – Mariah. explained
Late last year, Mariah. secured her first Billboard Top 30 R&B song with her debut single, “Material Girl.” The song received many accolades and topped various charts around the country. “‘Material Girl’ is written from the viewpoint of a woman at a crossroads,” stated Mariah. “Should she remain in a relationship that caters to the material and superficial while neglecting what is truly important? In the process of finding herself again, she outlines what is missing: Loyalty. Time. Love. Patience. Teamwork. The things that money cannot buy.”
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