Audrey Mika’s ‘Excuses’

posted January 16, 2021 at 08:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Rising American singer-songwriter Audrey Mika kicks off 2021 by releasing a new track along with an eye popping new music video.

Entitled “Excuses,” the single is out now via RCA Records. It was written by Audrey, Nick Lee, Mason Sacks, Alexandra Veltri, Amisha Sarkar. The music video, on the other hand, was directed by Brent Campenelli.

American singer-songwriter Audrey Mika releases “Excuses,” her first taste of music in 2021.
“Excuses” follows the release of “Safe With Me,” Audrey’s much-acclaimed collaboration with Gryffin as well as her release of “Red Gatorade” which Idolator called a “bop”.

Last year Audrey also released her track “Just Friends” which was beloved with Billboard praising her “top-notch vocals,” Idolator calling it a “perfectly-crafted pop song,” Ones To Watch said it’s “a certified bop” and E! News declaring it an “irrepressibly catchy track.”    

Hailing from the Bay Area, Audrey Mika, 20, first rose to prominence as a YouTube sensation whose following has continued to grow with her unique covers of popular hits. She has amassed over 1.55 million YouTube subscribers who flock to check out her original material such as her two prior projects, 2018’s “Are We There Yet” and 2019’s “Level Up,’ which she recorded entirely on GarageBand.

Audrey’s latest EP 5 A.M. was released in early 2020 and includes her hit “Y U Gotta B Like That,” which has amassed over 111 million streams worldwide as well as “Fake Heartbreak,” which Idolator called “soulful.”

She’s been called a “rising star” by Paper Magazine, Ladygunn declared her “a beacon of Generation Z brightness.” Flaunt Magazine said she “is more than meets the eye, she is a true visionary with a dedication to her dope desires. Her spring tour saw her first-ever New York show sold out.

Topics: Audrey Mika , Excuses
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