Madishu is a contemporary electro-pop cut above the rest in her hypersonically redemptive single
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With her piercing electro-pop aesthetic, penetrative lyrical hooks, and soulfully disarming vocal presence, the luminary artist, Madishu, is set to take the industry by storm with her latest single, Naïve.
Release on February 3rd, Naïve shatters the pop mould with the hypersonic sensibilities of the RnB-tinged strings & synths that prove rhythmic limitations are easily obliterated with enough ingenuity.
With her latest single, the Austria-hailing singer-songwriter explored the complexities of toxic ties, which bind you into dynamics that diminish your worth, before testifying to the redemptive sanctuary offered by music.
“The song is about a toxic friendship I broke free from, and the journey I took in learning to value myself enough to no longer tolerate people who constantly take from me without giving back.”
Amelia Vandergast, the Executive Editor at A&R Factory said:
“If any artist can relinquish you from the shame of being naïve, it is Madishu with this addictively vindicating earworm which effortlessly demonstrates the beauty in sincerity when there’s such a scarcity.”
Straight from her 2020 debut as an independent pop artist, Madishu established herself as one to watch. Her debut solo album, ideas that seemed like good ones at 3am, created with collaborator David Theni sealed her successful fate in the industry as a prolific artist who has already ghostwritten over 300 original songs.
Her expanding international fanbase includes 125,000 monthly Spotify listeners and 19,000 followers on TikTok. In 2022, she featured as a guest vocalist on MOONBOY’s single, Need U, which has been streamed on Spotify >3.3 million times.
To keep control of her artistry and integrity, Madishu designs everything from her video shoot clothing to her artwork and carries full artistic licence over her music videos and stage design. In 2023, Madishu will remain committed to offering sonic sanctity to her fans and bolstering deep connections with them - through the good times and the bad.
Source A&R Factory
February 7, 2023 5:11pm ET by A&R Factory