R&B vocalist Raiche unleashes a new dreamy single “Feelings” via GDE/Island Prolific/Atlantic Records
The single serves as the follow up to last month’s release of “Fool” available for streaming. The single is accompanied by a visual streaming now via YouTube.
Raiche says: “This single is about being so into someone you are kind of just friends with, and you take it easy and wait for the right time to make the move.”
Last year saw Raiche return with the sultry “Burn Your Clothes,” available now at all DSPs and streaming services; an official music video is streaming now. The first single from Raiche’s new project, LOVELAND, due later this year, “Burn Your Clothes” follows her smash 2020 release, “Pick A Side,” which reached #2 at R&B radio outlets nationwide while earning more than 5M worldwide streams. The track is joined by an official music video as well as a melodic remix featuring 2x GRAMMY® Award-nominated R&B icon Ty Dolla $ign, available now at all DSPs and streaming services. Raiche further celebrated “Pick A Side” with a spectacular live performance on NBCUniveral’s nationally syndicated Kelly Clarkson Show.
The gifted young artist fuses soulful roots with modern pop to concoct a genuinely distinctive new sound all her own, lit up with confidence, consistency and positivity. Born and raised in Pittsfield, MA, just two hours outside of Boston, Raiche devoted her energies towards music from an early age, uploading cover videos to YouTube that almost immediately earned her online applause. Her musical dreams almost came to a halt following high school graduation but some encouraging words from her beloved Nana eventually led her to Boston, where she met DJ Knock Out. The local legend soon introduced Raiche to her GDE production team as well as to superstar songwriter Prince Charlez (Rihanna, Beyoncé, Usher), who promptly signed the talented vocalist to his recently launched Island Prolific imprint at Atlantic Records.
Raiche’s acclaimed debut EP, DRIVE, followed the next year, highlighted by “Complicated” and the powerful title track, “Drive,” featured in Netflix’s Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker.