Further to featuring on Jakwob’s “Fade” last year, UK hailing songstress Maiday glides into our conscience once again, this time with her debut solo in the form of “Wish You’d Met Me First”. With stunning production from Jimmy Hogarth (who has worked with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Paolo Nutini, and Duffy) and new beat maker, ARRWS, the debut track haunts experiences from a previous relationship being something of immense substance. Ahead of her debut EP scheduled for release next Spring, “Wish You’d Met Me First” is a unique blend of powerful bass and horns proving Maiday’s worth in the competitive world of female vocalists. Peep it below.
Really like the concept of this song and the production is very epic to compliment the emotional tone of the track. Good job all around.