Amare Symoné Holds Her Own As A Solo Artist With New Track “smePPL”

Better late than never! Songstress Amare Symoné first caught my ear as one half of The Injured Party, a duo made up of herself and Musa Reems. These two Chicagoians put together an awe-inspiring self-titled EP in May which brought a lot of attention and universal praise towards these two. Both compliment their respective strengths and have easily recognizable chemistry. I always knew Amare could hold her own as a solo artist, and she’s proven that with her latest track smePPL. The JXHNSCXTT produced song is soothing and atmospheric, with a multitude of vocal effects from Amare. It was premiered via AFROPUNK, and sent to me with her personal thoughts about the record. Read below:

“The concept of “smePPL”  is centered around the idea of survival and how we as people must constantly fight against negativity while understanding joy is a part of the evolutionary process. This track is for those people out there just like me — aware that bodies dancing in joy is a fight against oppression too. Because having fun is also a part of the process, and the act of getting free is a continuous example of resistance”