R&B artist Adria Kain celebrates the strength and perseverance of black women with ‘Classic’
“Toronto rapper-slash-singer Adria Kain is a force to be reckoned with.” - HYPEBAE
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The northern lights are shining brighter than ever for Adria Kain, who is looking to steal the spotlight, topping international music lists of Artists You Need To Know. Adria Kain is soul-filled and honest. Drawing from her reality, the R&B singer-songwriter aims to connect with the world by presenting stories of lived and shared experiences through her music.
Her statement for the amazingly empowering message behind new single ‘Classic’ is further proof of her ability to create connections throughout her music:
“I’ve recently entered the stage in my life where I finally feel like I can be completely free and whole within myself, especially as a queer, masculine presenting black woman. I’ve also grown an even higher level of respect and appreciation for black women as a whole due to the simple fact that many of us hold a huge level of strength and perseverance that is unmatched and often unspoken. I wanted to create something not only for myself, but to help uplift and remind all black women that we are loved unconditionally regardless of experience and societal views, and to encourage the idea of continuing forward in all that we aim to do no matter what tries to interfere because we are classic examples of royalty and anything is a possibility. This video represents just that, two classic black women sharing special time together and uplifting one another in as many ways possible during a day in the city.”
She has been touted by The Fader, Complex, HYPEBAE and more, and opened for the likes of Grammy award-winning and platinum-selling recording artists such as ?uestlove, BJ The Chicago Kid, Miguel & Ari Lennox, while her vocals have been sprinkled throughout various projects like PARTYNEXTDOOR and Allan Rayman.
Adria’s next single, following ‘Classic’, is set to arrive this Autumn.
Source Olivia Rayner
August 18, 2021 8:35am ET by Olivia Rayner