Afrobeats female sensation, Ayra Starr has finally announced her first banger for 2024. Her much-anticipated single Commas dropped on Friday with an attractive solo video, which has gathered 150,000 YouTube views.
Early in January this year, the Rush hitmaker put out a teaser for the next project on her X (Twitter) page, and the final project has indeed turned out as another solid Afrobeats composition, which could earn her more laurels.
Commas is a happy-sounding song in which the Sability hitmaker sings about trusting in God and making steady progress in her career.
The new release adds to the rich discography of the Grammy-nominated performer, who will be looking forward to the award on Sunday.
Fans were already in love with the tune even before the official sound and the visuals were released, and they have emphasised the same in the positive feedback they have provided on the trending single.
“Ayra Starr‘s discography and work rate doesn’t match the time she’s been active in the industry. She’s done so much for the industry at a younger age.”
“She’s pushing standards that were only but a dream for some female performers in the industry. She deserves her flowers,” one of her fans wrote in response to the new single.”
At 21, Ayra Starr has been more than commendable, as he continued to produce back-to-back hits, pulling huge crowd at top concerts, and gaining international recognition.
Her song Rush is competing in the Best African Performance category at the 66th Grammys on Sunday. Early this week, she joked about eating at her favourite Chinese restaurant when asked what she is going to do after winning the award.
“I have my speech and everything already done. My speech is quite long because it’s the first African category so it is [the speech] is quite long,” she said.
“I know I’m going to win but If don’t win, I already have the speech for next year, my outfit for next year, and even the day after, I know what I’m going to wear…I know how I’m going to look,” she said wittingly in her interview on Cool FM.
Aside from the Grammys the talented performer has also secured nominations in the Best African Act category at the Music of Black Origin Awards, which also come off sometime in February.