New Music From Shygirl and Tinashe!

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Fans of Shygirl are in for a treat, as the recording artist has just released a new music video for her latest single “Heaven” featuring Tinashe. The track is taken from her forthcoming deluxe album “Nymph_o’, which is set to be released on April 14.

“Heaven” is a sultry, slow-burning track that showcases Shygirl’s unique style and seductive vocals. The music video is a visual feast, with striking imagery and bold fashion choices that perfectly complement the song’s mood and tone.

The release of “Heaven” is just a taste of what fans can expect from “Nymph_o’, which features collaborations with an impressive roster of artists including Björk, Arca, Sevdaliza, Fatima Al Qadiri, Erika de Casier, Eartheater, and more. The album promises to be a bold and eclectic mix of styles and sounds, showcasing Shygirl’s versatility as an artist and her willingness to push boundaries.

Shygirl has been making waves in the music industry with her unique blend of hip-hop, electronic, and pop influences. Her debut EP “Cruel Practice” was released in 2018 to critical acclaim, and she has since collaborated with artists such as Arca and SOPHIE.

With the release of “Heaven” and the upcoming release of “Nymph_o’, Shygirl is proving to be an artist to watch in 2021. Her fearless approach to music and fashion is refreshing, and her ability to collaborate with other artists in such an organic way is a testament to her talent and vision.

If you’re a fan of Shygirl or just a lover of innovative and boundary-pushing music, be sure to check out her latest music video for “Heaven” featuring Tinashe, and mark your calendars for the release of “Nymph_o’ on April 14. This is an artist who is sure to leave a lasting impression on the music world.

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