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Maryann – Na Na Thas A No No (Audio)

Maryann – Na Na Thas A No No (Audio)

Last week Maryann dropped her single to let the world knows she’s the true Bae God. This week, she releases her new single Na Na Thas A No No. The single is featured on her upcoming EP BedroomTrap’n. Read more about the new single below:

Maryann already had busy start to the year with her Good Vibe Co. featured DrewsthatDude and Fortune remix of “Landing”, and the EDM.com premiere of “Walls” with Tev Woods.  She even released “The Real Bae God” (Freestyle) last week, after another artist tried to come for the name she has built a substantial following upon.  Her last EP “This is What The Moon Sounds Like” got very positive reviews, and she’s back swinging with “Na Na Thas a No No”.  The track tiptoes the line of her Future R&B sound, but the Baestress has been crossing further into the realm of trap beats and rap bars as of late, which has been well received among her supporters.   Na Na is filled with 808’s and aggressive feminine energy, like most of her “Bedroomtrap”,  it’s the perfect song to curve a “hater” or even a Bae God impostor too.  There’s something hypnotic about Sbvce’s production, the sound is unique but the track could easily slide right into your PartyNextDoor playlist.  The project does not have a set release date yet, but we can expect some great features and more from Maryann’s upcoming EP soon.

Check out Na Na Thas A No No from Maryann produced by SBVCE.

Maryann - Na Na Thas A No No (Audio)

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