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Ayra Starr Is Out With New Single, ‘Bloody Samaritan’

Ayra Starr

Africa’s fastest-rising new music star, Ayra Starr, is out with her savage new single Bloody Samaritan.

The blazing rhythmic dance track – underpinned by percussive drums and a hypnotic horn section – is the first taste of her forthcoming debut album “19 & Dangerous”, which is out next Friday 6 August via Mavin Records/Platoon.

Co-written by Ayra Starr and produced by London, this searing anthem bristles with self-confidence as the Gen Z rising star banishes negative energy. She boasts, “I see you watching my stories, I see you gauging my lifestyle, I see you watching my movement, this bad bitch bad every day.”

Ayra Starr

In a social media age where public scrutiny is amplified, Bloody Samaritan is a life-affirming reminder to protect our peace and to always big up ourselves.  

Ayra Starr shares: “I love this track because I was unapologetic and assertive on it – something people my age often struggle to be, and I want my fans to feel that way when they listen to it, liberated of societal standards and expectations.”

Stream or download Ayra Starr’s Bloody Samaritan here:

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