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Toya Nash is emotional. She has access to a range of emotive expression few find within themselves. Born and raised in Dallas and later fine arts educated at Manhattan’s Actor’s Studio Drama School, the singer’s fan anticipated new song and video, “Now What”, is the sonically spacious playground for the vocally complex songstress to swing, slide, and sandbox her way to an alternative crowd hit.
Given all of the song’s excitable unpredictability – with production from LA staple Patrick Perfetto and an accompanying music video choreographed by popular motion coach Brooklyn Jai – you would foresee “Now What” as a club bangin’ dance song or a fierce ode to moving on after an ex. It’s not. “It’s about caring for someone deeply, having his back through his troubles, but realizing in the end that he doesn’t have your back in return, and is instead wreaking havoc and being reckless with your emotions,” Toya begins, preparing us for another welcomed narrative turn. “The song is really about taking your power back and moving on with abandon,” she continues, confidently. “It’s an anthem.” Yes, a stadium stocking stuffer in stilettos.