Producer and multi-instrumentalist NASAYA Teams Up with Portuguese Artist MARO on Collaborative EP “PIRILAMPO“
NASAYA and MARO blend their respective talents to forge electro-fusion gems for fans of dance music, R&B, and indie-soul. Following “TEMPO” and “I SEE IT COMING,” which garnered praise from the likes of SPIN, Noctis Magazine, C-Heads, TheSoundYouNeed, Quip Mag, and many more, the tandem deliver PIRILAMPO. Signed to ODESZA’s prolific record label Foreign Family Collective, this 4-track EP is a memorable indie-crossover project with euphoric edges.
NASAYA has landed sync deals with Patagonia, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Mercedes, and will perform as direct support on Ford’s 2021 The Color of Nothing tour. With a celebrated repertoire including hit singles like “Stuck In A Bubble” and “PATTERNS,” and official remixes for Broods, Tim Atlas, and The Rubens, NASAYA’s latest singles “TEMPO” and “I SEE IT COMING” added an enthralling, collaborative flair to his already impressive catalog
Maro says: “This EP is the first of many projects as MARO x NASAYA. I love it to pieces and I’m honestly just very excited for this release and all the music we’re still going to write together“
Nasaya adds: “This EP is such a special project to me – Writing this with Maro was the most fun I had making music in a long time – because we went in directions that we wouldn’t on our own. I love how it’s its own weird little world and I can’t wait to share more of the music we made.“
A fellow Berklee College of Music Graduate, MARO was just excitedly added to Quincy Jones’s management roster in addition to garnering the attention of Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, Tracy Chapman, Lennon Stella, and many more. A welcome addition to Jacob Collier’s live band, MARO toured alongside the English musician as a featured vocalist and instrumentalist. MARO has also opened for Australian musician Fatai in 2018 and R&B/hip-hop act ¿Teo? on his Americano Columbiano tour in 2019. With over 17 million streams on Spotify and a marked genre flexibility, MARO has solidified herself as one of the more adaptable artists of her generation.