Tiana Kocher has dropped her latest contemporary RnB smash hit single, ‘FWU’, which she wrote with Alex Jacke, Kelsey Merges, and Rikki Randall.
The record was produced by Laney Stewart and was recorded at famed Westlake Studios in West Hollywood.
The upbeat song, released July 16, instantly made Spotify’s official New Music Friday playlists in the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.
Within its first week, ‘FWU’ had been streamed over 20k times. The music video released on July 24.
With a stylish RnB skip and well produced Hollywood sound, ‘Tiana Kocher’ drops new edgy single with a sweet pop mood on ‘FWU’ – Weekly Music Express.com
“I had a lot of fun co-writing and building on playful and flirty ideas for FWU, which was very much a collaboration with the other writers, Alex Jacke, Merges, and Rikki Randall. This song is definitely one of my more explicit records, and that’s what I love about it, its edginess and a great beat. Although we recorded the song before the pandemic, I really wanted to wait to release it in the summer,” said Kocher.
“The idea for the music video was for my friends, dotted all around the world from London, Russia, Asia, and America, to remotely use Snapchat, in the safe environment of their homes, and create a unique video of their interpretation of the song. It was actually such a fun process, being able to see my friend’s reactions when they heard the song for the first time. It’s got quite the lyrics to it!
‘FWU’ is Kocher’s debut record with Laney Stewart to be released, with two more set to be released later this year. For her upcoming music, Tiana has collaborated with several GRAMMY award-winning recording artists including TLC, Faith Evans, Sage the Gemini and Latin reggaeton J. Alvarez amongst others, as well as multiple award-winning record producers including Leon “RoccStar” Youngblood, and Warren Kurtiss and Tyler Reynolds of Dawty Music Group.
‘FWU’ is available for download on iTunes and all digital streaming platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, SoundCloud, Pandora, DEEZER, iHeartRadio, Google Play, and Xbox Groove.
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