Myles O’Neal’s “Superficial” (feat. Hadar Adora) Has Everyone Dancing
It’s the perfect song to put you in the mood for the dance floor. Released April 7 with STNS, “Superficial” by Myles O’Neal featuring Hadar Adora is just the song you need for a confident night out.
When I get drunk, I’m a supermodel
Dance on top of all the tables
You can stare at me and my girls
I don’t really care if it’s superficial
All the way from L.A., Myles never fails to bless fans’ ears. He has done it all, from being a fashion icon to being a TV personality — have you seen him on “The Hills: New Beginnings,” “’Basketball Wives,” “Shaq Life” or “Shaunie’s Home Court”? For his DJ career, he has held a 2022 residency at Wynn Las Vegas and supported his dad Shaq on his European tour. Myles is known for his infectious energy, and singer-songwriter Hadar makes the perfect pair with her gorgeous voice.
The combination of tech house, rap, and various dance genres is refreshing. After teasing the song for nearly a year — including at performances with artists like Ty Dolla $ign, Chantel Jeffries, and more — it’s clear this sassy song was well worth the wait.
I’m so excited to put out “Superficial,” we’ve had this song for a while. I’ve been playing it at my shows constantly just waiting for it to be accessible to everyone. It makes me even more excited to put it out with STNS. They are the leaders of what makes this culture move forward. I’m just thankful to be a part of it.
~ Myles O’Neal
This song has listeners going wild while still giving just the right amount of groove. Its basslines, percussion, and layers show the world again just how good Myles is. Just one listen to this song makes it clear who to keep an eye out for this year.
You can stream the song on all major platforms. Follow Myles on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, and SoundCloud.