Ayra Starr exuberate self-confidence on “Rush”

Ayra Starr is confident in her ability as she boasts of her blessings on “Rush”.

Rush - Ayra Starr

Bloody Samaritan star, Ayra Starr, has been on a feature spree since releasing her first album—“19 & Dangerous”—on August 6, 2021, and also went on tour with global star, Koffee but she’s back releasing solo music. Announcing her return, Ayra Starr teased her latest single—Rush—with a 1-minute long video which showed her basking in the glory of stardom and boasting of her musical prowess.

In Rush, Ayra Starr relishes her newfound fame, gloating in the knowledge that so far God keeps blessing her, it will never wither, exuding high self-esteem in the fact that all these success and attributes didn’t come by chance, but rather as a result of hard work; “But e dey rush / E dey rush well well / E be much / Na God dey make my tap, e dey rush / . . . / No be hype, everybody dey crush / There’s no dulling with us (There’s no dulling with us)”, she confidently says on the chorus.

Ayra Starr also refutes opposers and bad energy with all her might, making it clear she will never return their forsaken energy as she is determined to keep her focus on the consequential factors in life, that is, her career and making money. “Me no get time for the hate and the bad energy / Got my mind on my money / Make you dance like Poco Lee / Steady green like broccoli / Steady on my grind no wan hear what they wan telly me / Kudi na my fantasy / Dem wan dey check if my tap e no rush”, she sings with vim.

Rush is Ayra Starr’s first solo single of the year and is set to feature on the deluxe edition of her debut album to be released on October 14 2022.

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