Updated: Oct 8, 2021
Sainvil recently released his new single “Ashley” featuring much buzzed about rapper Guapdad 4000. “Ashley” is the third song Sainvil has dropped this year following his previous releases “Need 2” and “California Raindrops”.
The song is produced by Charlie Shuffler, widely known for his work with Lil peep, Lil Yachty and more. Whenever talents join forces to create a song, there is always added interest and “Ashley” featuring Guapdad 4000 does not disappoint. The track serves as a celebration of Black women especially those of darker complexion as well as highlights the many wonderful traits that make them so damn amazing!
“I named the song after a crush I had on a gorgeous girl named Ashley when I was a kid. This song is about appreciating and uplifting the Queens that teach, love, protect, and fight for us Black men. Something they can have fun getting dressed to all summer, but ultimately celebrates and disarms colorist notions among a group of beautiful people” said Sainvil.
Fans can expect a lot of great new music from the burgeoning Sainvil with continued themes of romantic relationships, introspection, mental health, and everyday life battles.
Hailing from Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood, Sainvil became the First R&B artist ever signed to Alamo Records in 2019, which is home to Lil Durk & Rod Wave. Sainvil's first two projects, 2020 Was Hijacked featuring the breakout single “HBK” ft. Melii and In Bad Shape showcase an artist who is ready to change the sound of R&B, which is why he has already caught the attention of Flaunt, DJ Booth, RatedRnB, UPROXX, Lyrical Lemonade, and NPR to list a few!
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