Exhibiting versatility and a unique sound, Xadi impresses with his latest single “sodium Lights,” which blends his rhythmic R&B sound with elements of indie rock and hip-hop. Addictive and catchy, this truck is perfect for road trips, summer beach girlfriend parties, and BBQ gatherings. The release of “sodium light” serves as a follow-up to his previous single “The Ultimate Taurus”.
A singer-songwriter and producer extraordinaire from West London, Zadi has made a name for himself with his innovative, boundary-pushing music. He seamlessly blends elements of R&B, indie, rock, and hip-hop to create a sound that is entirely his own. Reflecting on his own upbringing on London’s ‘dark side’, Shadi fearlessly explores diverse themes through his captivating voice. An independent thinker, he taught himself how to play guitar and mastered the intricacies of mixing and producing through his online resources. Zadi’s talent has caught the attention of celebrities like Charlie D’Amelio and Kim Kardashian’s brand SKIMS, who endorse his music on TikTok. As he gears up to perform at some of Europe’s most prestigious festivals this summer, 2023 promises to be a breakthrough year for Shadi. Get ready to immerse yourself in the sonic world of this rising star.
Starting with a relaxed flow of R&B, Xadi throws herself into the mix with her hip-hop vocal tendencies, seamlessly intertwines with beats and lyrically delves into heartfelt words. Addictive beats give way to great rhythms that leave the listener on the back burner as Xadi joins the flow of Pop’s entire rock chorus. This chorus will stick in your head all day long. As the song comes to a close, Zadi picks up the gritty guitar chords that you hear throughout and brings the instrument to full blast, ending the track with a memorable and brilliant guitar instrumental. Lyrically, he reflects on his past, where he grew up, and how much has changed since then.
Shadi said of the track:[This is] This is the second single from my upcoming project “Black Rock”. I had never heard anyone sing about the dark side of growing up in London on an indie/rock instrumental, so I wanted to discuss the harsher aspects of my upbringing through a different lens. This was important to me because I wanted to portray the experience of growing up in a disadvantaged neighborhood through genres other than rap and R&B. “Sodium Light” gave me the opportunity to do this. “
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Xadi’s “sodium Lights” is now available for download and streaming on all platforms via xadiverse. Keep an eye out for his upcoming project ‘Black Rock’.