A TALENTED 18-year-old singer-songwriter from the suburban New York City area has released her new single.
Ashley Suppa has dropped the alluring ‘King’, taken from her forthcoming debut EP.
The tracks flaunts poetic lyrics, glistening vocals and sleek production.
‘King’ is Ashley’s second single, following her debut release ‘Trouble’ which was produced by Grammy®-Nominated Alex Salzman and Peter Sackmann.
Talking about the inspiration behind the track she said: “I wrote ‘King’ about my experience surviving in the digital age.
“I was lost in the distractions I had created within technology, and it was time to face everything that I had been feeling.
“It’s difficult to ignore pressure because it has become all we know.
“With social media, we are at a point where we can choose how others perceive us.
“Online, we can show the world the best parts of ourselves when in reality, our struggles are what is prominent.
“It’s a connection at the cost of this sort of disconnect. You can never actually know what someone is going through.”
Ashley kicked off her music career at just age six singing background vocals on renowned guitarist Ace Frehley’s (KISS) album Anomaly.
Ashley is now stepping into the limelight as a solo artist with her own sophisticated sound.
Listen to ‘King’:
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