Tuesday, 7 June 2022

DISCOVER THE MAGIC OF MIRAA MAY ON DEBUT ALBUM 'TALES OF A MIRACLE'

Today, one of the UK's most gifted artists, Miraa May unwraps her highly anticipated debut album titled 'Tales of a Miracle'. The Algerian born singer has already demonstrated her impeccable songwriting abilities, having co-written for the likes of Jorja Smith on her hit single 'Be Honest', Mahalia on her single 'Jealous' and Little Simz for her short film 'I Love You, I Hate You'.

Now Miraa raises the stakes even higher, welcoming fans to witness the rawness that has resulted in this remarkably powerful 17 song set.

Previously released and much loved singles 'Go Girl', 'In My Feelings', 'Big Woman' and 'Wild Things' have to this point, shown different sides of Miraa. What may appear to be an R&B or pop project at first glance, becomes intricately revealed as a deeply personal album, proving what a brilliantly unique artist Miraa May is.

Heavy influences of jazz and afro pop can be found seductively weaving its way through tracks like 'Scandalous', 'Tight Tight' ft. Mnelia, 'Peckham Love' and 'Empress Me' ft. Dyo.

'Are You Ready?' is a bold entry as the introduction and sets precedence to the fearless project. Over striking piano chords transitioning into fierce drums, Miraa commandingly sings 'you can never hide from a woman, I'll take it all' - enforcing her confidence and status as a woman, Miraa has arrived and she's here unwaveringly.

'Sugamamacita' is divine feminine royalty, and a front runner for the hot girl anthem of the entire project, possessing the potential to release the inner vixen in every listener.

'Miraacle Freestyle' unfolds with a striking vocal in Algerian Arabic, her native tongue. This specific song gives fans new and old, an intimate insight into the struggles she has overcome and how much stronger she has become because of it.

Latest single 'Internet Trolls' couldn't be more relevant songs in today's social media era, and asks important questions to people who find time to hate, when they should be "getting their money up" instead.

Miraa vocalises her dismay singing "because I'm reading all this sh*t that these people talking online, when I see them in the real time it's a different vibe / you must be joking around, you don't know what I'm about."

Despite the delicate vocal, the track sends out a stern message on trolling and trolls: Miraa is not to be played with.

Dedicated to her son, 'Akeem's Outro' is a beautiful close to this regal body of art, encapsulating the pure love and joy Miraa finds in being his mother.

On top of roaringly infectious baby giggles, she sweetly serenades, "I'll never let you go, you're like my saviour / we could leave the world right now, I'll still be by your side".

Although it closes the 'Tales of a Miracle' chapter, this outro cements the beginnings of newness in her life: new love, new happiness and new strength.

Searingly honest and remarkably candid, 'Tales of a Miracle' is a beautiful blend of all genres, evoking and provoking the survivor in everyone.

All the glimpses of familiar melodies and experimental lyric renditions make this very new project feel like a sonic home you've always known and found total comfort in.

If Miraa May is a name unknown to you before today, prepare to be converted into a fan for life.

'Tales of a Miracle' is miraaculous in every sense, further illustrating why the young artist is a force to be reckoned with not just on her home turf, but way beyond.


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"Ever feel yourself needing a reminder that you are in fact a bad bitch?
If so, listen to Miraa May" - The Face

 

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DISCOVER THE MAGIC OF MIRAA MAY ON DEBUT ALBUM

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