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AMEA Glides in Her Space(ships) Via Physchedelic Visuals & Atmospheric R&B

“This song is affirmation to not stop embracing the learning of our lived and living experiences,” AMEA says of her new song.
'Space(ships)' is released in the creative form of visual art (thanks to Cassidy Fritts) and is inspired by AMEA’s Native American and African roots. This psychedelic experience adds to the atmospheric R&B vibes. 
The song was co-produced by AMEA, Jonah Conrad, and James Blue. It begins by gliding along a chill guitar riff and hazy, dreamlike beats and then amps up with a funk groove and jazzy modulations. AMEA's creamy vocals dip and glide while her sharp lyricism cuts through the lucid beats like a hot knife through butter. Kanye West fans might detect a hint of influence in the chorus. The downside? It comes to an end too quickly, but AMEA's short and sweet offering is as flawless as ever.
AMEA is currently preparing for an album release while simultaneously taking her last semester for her Master’s in Sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. 


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