Rising Pop Music Star ABISHA Talk about self-care in her new single “Time Alone” via Spindle Music
The new track “Time Alone” from ABISHA is dedicated to self-care and being open about mental illness, “Time Alone” shows a new side to ABISHA all delivered through a glimmering AfroPop fused hit.
After a widely successful year with the release of debut EP, Scorpio, R&B jam “One Night”and a collaboration with FootLocker EU for their#ShoesDontChangeTheWorldcampaign, ABISHA continues to break barriers by unabashedly being herself.
That new found confidence translates to latest single, “Time Alone.” Where ABISHA celebrates being honest about mental health by discussing the need to take a minute to be with ourselves and recharge. While serious in nature, ABISHA uplifts the listener through its bright and breezy Caribbean production, paying homage to her Jamaican roots.
ABISHA Says about the single, “I wrote the song about needing to escape and have a minute to myself when I’m struggling with feeling down or overwhelmed. At the time that I wrote this, I would get overwhelmed really easily whether it was emotionally, socially or just because I had a long list of things to do and didn’t know where to start. I think it’s quite a relatable feeling – when everything just feels too much – and I wanted to make the song uplifting in order to normalise it and make people feel like it’s okay to feel like that sometimes, we all do. It’s okay to take some time out, bury yourself in your covers and just zone out and breath.
“I feel that ‘Time Alone’ is a really uplifting song, despite it’s pretty serious and sensitive meaning. I love afrobeat songs, I think that afrobeat is a genre that you can’t not dance to, and I haven’t made an afrobeat song before, so it was something that I wanted to do for sure. I hope that it makes people feel good!“
The new single “Time Alone” displays her growth as she shifts into any genre she aspires to. The first of a group of singles to be released to close out the year, ABISHA is sure to go further than she’s gone before.