Sharing her experience of fierce love with explicit authenticity and emotion, NYC-based singer-songwriter Nazanin displays a smooth and soothing R&B melting into a sensual, intimidating pop mind-blower in her latest drop, “Red Light.”
The song is a contemporary-sounding piece that shares nostalgic energy. It tells the story of a girl who tries to move forward from a toxic love, feeling the urge to end the destructive relationship with a man she still has feelings for.
The lyrics are based on Nazanin’s personal experience, unveiling her brief romance with a guy who taught her about the music business. “Red Light” is a beautiful follow-up to the young and talented rising artist’s debut single and music video titled “Infatuation,” released in 2020. To create, she gets her inspiration from inspiring females like Quintanilla, Dua Lipa, Sabrina Claudio, Snoh Aalegra, Beyonce, Madison Beer, Lana Del Rey, Celine Dion, Rihanna. No doubt, one day, her name will be among those stars as “Red Light” cements the start of a promising future in the music industry for the young artist.