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Monday, February 15, 2021

Naomi G talks about women empowerment in new song 'Prey'

02/06/2021 06:14:18 PM

One of the releases took place at the latter month of Janaury is the contemporary pop song called Prey by Naomi G.

This track tackles the greater tenure of a woman who knows her worth in a relationship, Specifically, the attempting to reclaim by story resolves itself by criticizing structural behaviors that oppress women and upholding virtues that are necessary to curb patriarchal pressures – all whule showcasing  Banks’ chilling despair on some notes and The Weeknd’s midnight sentiments on others.
“I wanted to empower young people who are faced with unwanted or unhealthy sexual attention that causes them to psycho-socially feel like ‘Prey’,” Naomi G said. “This song is an anthem of power to those who have been gaslighted, dominated, manipulated, harassed and controlled based on their gender and looks. This song is a movement about saying no quickly and firmly, whilst understanding all the microaggressions that be before getting into any kind of deception.”
As being the second single off  Naomi's upcoming debut EP, “Prey” is a brooding synth-pop jam that begins with motif-roving synths whose presence comes in forcibly and dips out in an exhale after the purposeful exercise of each line. A minimal percussion drives it, morphing into a choppy, playful, and hard-hitting stomper that’s enough to catch listener’s attention. The resulting musical concoction builds up into a riveting climax where dark pop, trap and hip-hop accents come together seamlessly, complementing pop feminism in its own terms. 

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