Rising star Ci Majr makes a welcomed return to music with the drop of her irresistibly addictive new single, ‘Summer Drug’. A multi-talented singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Ci Majr, known by day as Ciara Adkins, is the hottest new export out of the ATL making pop that shines like “sparkly, relatable little gems”.
Following the unanticipated success of her debut single, #CuffinSZN, Ci Majr has been on a steady upward trajectory, writing and releasing music, often in collaboration with upcoming artists in and around her area. For ‘Summer Drug’, Ci Majr went across the pond, tapping London-based producer, songwriter and instrumentalist Féz for his magic touch on the final product. A glorious, co-produced meeting of the minds, ‘Summer Drug’ is an impeccably composed dance-pop anthem that’s filled to the brim with thrilling peaks, drops and a hook that is sure to leave you… hooked.
Based around the inescapable pull of a toxic relationship, ‘Summer Drug’ sees Ci Majr disguise blunt, biting lyrics in playful and euphoric production, resulting in the ultimate metaphor for the thrilling highs and bitter lows of a post-breakup, summertime fling.
“Lyrically the inspiration was being in a place where you basically refuse to make yourself romantically vulnerable even though you’ve met a person who has boyfriend/girlfriend potential. I think a lot of us have been in a place where we’ve been hurt from a relationship and have a hard time opening up again, so even when a good thing comes around you keep them at an arm’s length to keep yourself from getting hurt. So this song is saying ‘yes, you can absolutely satisfy my physical needs but we’re not taking it further than that’; likening ‘using’ someone for their body just like you’d use a drug of some sort.”
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