Captivating vocalist Nadia Vaeh returns with another new single, continuing to illustrate her strong vocal performance and meaningful storytelling skills. The first single I heard from her, “Spellbinding,” was a powerful and cathartic single, illustrating the depth at which Nadia can engage her listeners. Although her latest track, “One Night,” is a sonic departure from the grittiness of “Spellbinding,” the message is still one that is resonantly powerful. It’s a theme she conveys through all of her music.
Atlanta native and IMA “Vox Pop” winner, Nadia Vaeh, found her way into artistry through modeling and an unexpected stint with a local Atlanta circus. Although she grew up around music throughout her childhood, her life took an unexpected turn at the age of 17, when she lost her mother to suicide. She looked to anyone and anything for answers to deal with her heartbreak. But her dedication and resilience built her into a performer. Now, she pulls inspiration for her music through many genres and sounds from all over the world while also making a point to give back whenever she can. Her songwriting is not only personally healing, but it is also a platform to help others heal and make waves with social matters.
“One Night” uses compelling lyrics and an alluring melody to create a party track that is guaranteed to get crowds moving on the dance floor. The song is about completely opening yourself up to new possibilities with love and sexuality. Nadia elaborates,
Sometimes I believe there is a lot of confusion and experimentation in being Bi due to society’s very specific way of looking at sexuality. The result of this exploration is a daring and honest song about our own journeys with bi-sexuality.
In this empowering collaboration, Nadia teams up with fellow pop artist DNNY to elicit fun-filled exploration. The bassline has a danceable pop-punk vibe. Sultry vocals and strong guitar strums layer together to emulate the sense of passion behind heat-of-the-moment dance floor mingles. The catchy chorus is filled with electric guitar and drums that drive the experimental lyrics. After Nadia and DNNY each have their turn at a verse and a chorus, the two create a harmonious duet of a final chorus that ends the song with a commanding sound. They had their fun, and it was good enough for one night. The duo will be donating all proceeds from the track to the Human Rights Campaign.