Emerging UK soulful, pop singer & songwriter Andriah Arrindell introduces her debut and uplifting single called ‘Hotspots’, taken from her forthcoming album Time to Shine, which was produced by acclaimed dance, afrobeat and pop producer & songwriter Whytepatch.
The talented Andriah Arrindell is no stranger to the music scene as this single is released on the back of a successful dance tune called ‘See You Dance, Dance’ on which she features. Andriah has worked on other projects that include performing in the music hall of fame with Aretha Franklin and Jamie Cullum, performing with Madonna at Live 8 and also working in the studio with Julian Lennon. More recently, Andriah has worked as a background singer for Shola Ama and also supported De La Soul at the Jazz Cafe.
‘Hotspots’ is a 90’s throwback, clubby, dance-floor filler that leaves you no option other than to get up and shake a leg. With a background of working with some pretty iconic artists, Andriah has obviously learnt a thing or two and for a debut release, ‘Hotspots’ adds to the anticipation of her album nicely.
Andriah has been busy recording an album which showcases her sultry soprano range as well as performing and promoting her current single at live shows. With plans underway for a European tour to promote the single and album, the future is looking very bright for this rising soul star. Check out the lyric video for ‘Hotspots’ below and make sure you follow Andriah on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date with all the latest news and more.