Tiffany Evans makes use of ache to gas her breakup anthem "Switch Up," premiering on Streets Talkin Friday (Nov. 9). The cathartic document is slated to look on her upcoming album, which can discover the 26-year-old in a extra weak state than ever.
"'Switch Up' is one other method of me saying 'fuck you' to an ex. It took me so lengthy to lastly say, 'I can’t do that anymore. I’m going out tonight and going to kick it with somebody who’s going to indicate me a great time,'" she explains to Streets Talkin of the inspiration behind the observe.
The "Promise Ring" singer says she wished to verify the music wasn't too dense, since heavy material is touched on all through. (Evans opened up about an abusive relationship earlier within the week in a since-deleted publish.) "I wished the document to have stability. I wished one thing gentle and vibey with simply sufficient kick as a result of the lyrics are severe," Evans asserts. "Most of the music was freestyled as a result of I used to be going by way of a lot, that made it straightforward for me to specific what I used to be feeling."
"Switch Up" formally units the rollout of the Bronx native's first venture since 2015 in movement. "This is just the start of what I’ll be singing about on my new venture. The music is unquestionably extra uncooked and weak in comparison with my previous work," she concludes.
Listen to "Switch Up" under.