Romy Dya releases first single Thank You from forthcoming debut album I Fucking Love Myself

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Dutch songstress, Romy Dya, has returned with single ‘Thank You’, on self-owned imprint Uncommon Diamond via The Orchard. This marks the first single from her forthcoming, self-produced album ‘I Fucking Love Myself’ [release date TBC].

Combining R&B, Soul, Jazz and Pop, Romy has already been working hard behind the scenes, with cuts on records from Ghostface Killah to Martin Garrix. ‘Thank You’ sees Romy continue her path as a full-fledged artist whilst also taking a cathartic look at her past.

She explains, “The song is about being thankful for all the trials and tribulations I have been through and because of that I’ve found my true identity and started truly loving myself. Instead of seeing myself as a victim of circumstances I’ve started to heal myself through music. The world around me changed rapidly in a good way. I know it will reach a lot of people who need to hear this message. This was part of my healing process and I hope it will heal you too.”

Underpinned by slick R&B production, ‘Thank You’ is a defiant record and one which looks to set the theme for her forthcoming debut album ‘I Fucking Love Myself’.

“We focus on uncommon urban artists. Meaning that we look for artists who stand out. We especially want to focus on artists who are being rejected by labels or the music industry. They are being called diamonds in the rough by society, but for us they are ready to shine.” – Uncommon Diamond

https://soundcloud.com/romydya/thank-you

Romy Dya – ‘Thank You’ is out now https://orcd.co/thankyou

Please email amie@ihartpr.co.uk for more information and all promo enquiries.

Romy Dya is an urban/pop artist and songwriter from the Netherlands. Internationally she has worked with Ghostface Killah and Busta Rhymes, but her breakthrough came in 2017. Her voice became known worldwide after she was featured on the song ‘So Far Away’ from Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Jamie Scott. According to Billboard her performance on ‘So Far Away’ can be described as ‘vulnerable and powerful’. That song made her realize that she no longer wanted to be in the background. This opportunity came right before she wanted to quit music and worked as a lawyer. For her it was a clear sign that her purpose is to inspire as many people as possible through her music and personality. Coming from an unstable youth with a lot of trials and tribulations, music was always like therapy for her. She ran away from home at the age of 14, used drugs, fell into a bad crowd and eventually ended up in juvenile detention. She always struggled with loving herself because she never felt she was good enough for anything. Romy has been through a lot in life and you can hear that in her voice. She has a story to tell. Now Romy is embracing who she is and everything she has been through has made her become a strong and powerful woman.

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