sahara - “bad news” song cover
Photo by Emily Haibeck

sahara releases an honest pop tune, entitled, “bad news”

sahara is a singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Not too long ago, she released an honest pop tune, entitled, “bad news.”

sahara – “bad news” single

“When my desire takes control, my cautiousness falls to the floor. All the red flags are being thrown but I dive head-on into your storm. This is looking like a black sky, late night. Your eyes are screaming do or die. This is feeling kinda dark blue, full moon. I’m aware this ends in bad news, but I had to have you.” – lyrics

‘bad news’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who would tear her heart out just to be with her significant other. Apparently, she knows it’s an extremely bad idea to be with this person, but somehow, it feels right. Therefore, she ignores the warning signs – even though bad news might be the result of her rash decision. Later, she tells her significant other, “Temptation overrides my fear, but the back of my neck tells me danger’s near. I probably should, but I don’t care, your body is worth every single tear.”

‘bad news’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Taylor Swift, Sasha Sloan, and Chelsea Cutler. The likable tune possesses lush instrumentation flavored with alternative and contemporary pop elements. Furthermore, “bad news” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from sahara in the near future as she continues to release new music.

“You fail to keep your hands off me. ‘Let’s be friends’ doesn’t mean anything.”

sahara press photo
Photo by Emily Haibeck

In 2018, sahara unexpectedly stumbled into Toronto’s music scene and found herself in an entirely new and undiscovered world. During that time, she discovered her love for songwriting and piano just a year prior. After training with the renowned vocal coach, Judith Rabinovitch, sahara was ready to take on her new opportunities.

In 2019, she wrote and released her debut single, entitled, “LVOE.” Following the release, she found herself with over 60,000 streams (in a matter of weeks) and opportunities to write music for a number of established artists around the globe. Furthermore, “LVOE” later gained the attention of producers on NBC’s hit show, “Songland,” for which sahara was unsurprisingly shortlisted.

“I’m aware this ends in bad news.”

sahara press photo
Photo by Emily Haibeck

After being recognized by the New York Songwriters Circle, sahara traveled to Manhattan to play live at The Bitter End. Also, she performed at Surfer’s Bay Beach Bar in Barbados, and at Banbury Green in Penticton, BC.

Her next release, “fallin fallin,” which she wrote and performed with Parisian artist, Fhin, was released under Delicateuse Records and earned her over a million streams within three months. “fallin fallin” also received placements on the Apple Music’s playlists: ALT CTRL, New Music Daily, Unwind, and Good Vibes Only. Next, was her collaboration on “Change Your Mind” with Jack Trades, in which sahara wrote and performed solo via Physical Presents Records.

“bad news” single

sahara press photo
Photo by Emily Haibeck

sahara has gained the attention of listeners around the globe with her picture-painting lyrics and intoxicating melodies. Now, following years of honing her talents, sahara will be gradually releasing her newest body of original work throughout 2022. The proud LGBTQ+ artist is already well on her way to bringing a new and intriguing flavor to the chill pop genre.

We recommend adding sahara’s “bad news” single to your favorite contemporary pop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).

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