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July 18, 2019
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(BPRW) Funk and neosoul, Samaria Driver brings it all in her new single, "Too Late"

(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA, GA -- Samaria Driver announces her return, bringing an upbeat and soulful sound to the release of her long-awaited summer single Too Late. The forthcoming record is a follow-up to her 2016 EP Catharsis and is available on all streaming platforms. “It’s [Too Late] about knowing your worth by leaving toxic situations,” Samaria says.  With heavy funk and neosoul influences, Too Late is a lead-in to her upcoming project refocuS set to be released in August.

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refocuS centers on Samaria’s transparency regarding mental health themes such as anxiety, depression and identity crisis. When asked about her intention for the project, she says, “It {refocuS} represents a clearer depiction of who I am and a call to people who can identify with me.” Listeners can expect to hear influences like Goapele and Amel Larreux but some songs will have an industrial sound similar to Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation album.

The Atlanta-based songstress’s eclectic sound is a mixture of neosoul, funk, acoustic, R&B, and house influences. Samaria’s seamless transitions, musical arrangements and abstract lyrics are her signature. Her music can be described as a fusion of Prince, H.E.R and India Arie. She started playing the guitar at age nine and taught herself how to play the ukulele and the drums at age 10. Samaria Driver is a quadruple threat – an independent musician, singer, songwriter and producer. She specializes in mashup covers from songs in all genres, eras and in different languages. Samaria also released her first EP, Catharsis focused on uplifting people and fostering positive energy to counteract negative self-talk, anxiety and depression in 2016.

Here’s what people are saying about Too Late:

“So dope boo Congrats!!!!” Whitney Taber, Vice President of Record Plant and LA Chapter Leader of Girls Make Beats

“You sound amazing! Keep up the great work!!” Tiffany Delilah Miranda, Founder of Girls Make Beats

 “This sounds so good. The bass line is bumpin you sound amazing.” Andy Allo, Musician/Actress

Contact Information

Please contact Havi Driver at hdriver2015@gmail.com for business inquiries such as creatives seeking soundtracks for film and television projects, interviews, and other opportunities.

Instagram: @samariadriver

Twitter: @samariardriver