Aqyila Is Back With New Single “Oh!”

Aqyila Is Back With New Single "Oh!"

R&B singer-songwriter Aqyila has always been passionate about using music to share her serenity and wants to inspire others via her work. Her most recent song, “OH!” which is out today via Sony Music Entertainment Canada, combines melodious compositions with engaging hooks to give fans a full vibe.

Throughout the intense R&B song, Aqyila reclaims her broken heart and imparts a potent message about self-love.

“The making of “OH!” was so amazing and fluid,” Aqyila says. “That’s the beauty of music, when you hear a song and you’re able to connect it to memory, it means even more to you. I love when a song tells a story.”

“OH!” was recorded during the Tiktok-celebrated singer’s second trip to Los Angeles after signing with Sony Music Canada.

“This song is going to showcase my vocal range, which is exciting as I am a fan of a good riff and run,” she explained. “This song was produced by Phinisey and written by the talented Trey Campbell during my second Los Angeles trip!”

On this song, Aqyila worked with producer Phinisey (Jessie Reyez, Qveen Herby) and writer Trey Campbell (Ella Mai, HER, Giveon, John Legend).

Following the release of her upbeat and energizing track “Pressure,” Aqyila’s most recent single, “OH!” will serve as the R&B singer’s new launchpad. She wants to produce an EP that is “upbeat vibes, self-reflective, and a dash of heartbreak,” according to her.

With her talent and JUNO Award nomination for her song “Vibe for Me (Bob for Me),” Aqyila is ready to make her mark in the music industry.

The Toronto-based starlet expressed her delight for “OH! debut,” calling it a song that will motivate those who believe they deserve better in their relationships.

“This is a ‘taking back your power’ and realizing you can ‘see through the facade’ type of energy,” Aqyila continues. “It’s a wake-up call, letting the listener know that if you or someone you know is fed up with how they are being treated, it’s time to leave.”

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