Atlanta pop artist Nadia Vaeh has released her newest offering, “Leap of Faith.” This single has the perfect amount of early 2000s flare, inspiring a carefree feeling for any listener who is in need of a mood boost. This pop tune is lively and young at first listen, however, the lyrics and meaning go beyond your average cheery pop song. “Leap of Faith” is actually a retelling of Nadia’s struggle through living with next to nothing to support her career. Despite the hardship, the pop artist describes it as the happiest time in her life:
“Happier living out of my corolla, out of gas but at least I’ve got some donuts,” she sings in one verse.
Nadia’s lyrics explain how having nothing does not parallel happiness- donuts are the root of all positivity anyway, right? Nadia was jolted out of her comfort zone during this time, as she explains that, “Sometimes comfort is just a trap in disguise that is truly holding us back from reaching our highest potential.”
Coming from such a background, Nadia assures that her plan is to donate proceeds from the single to Help Musicians UK, an organization that helps artists achieve their goals when their financial situation is unfavorable.
With catchy chord progressions and cheeky samples, “Leap of Faith” is the perfect end-of-summer inspo track that holds true value within the pop world.