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The last time we spoke with EMINZADA was a year ago on the occasion of the release of his single Beautiful Long Hair, which he started writing after noticing that he had a toxic obsession with people with beautiful long hair and how they kept hurting his fragile feelings. Now the London-based Azerbaijani-born artist is going a step further with the release of his debut EP, Don't Tell My Mum. This project allows us to discover the different edges and facets of his life through honest lyrics inspired by vital experiences and internal reflections, touching on the artist's evolution to date.

His new six-track EP is a major statement of intent. We noticed the experimentation and search for new formulas that the artist was pursuing when he unveiled the fan-favourite single Beautiful Long Hair, included of course in this just-released EP, and now he incorporates new Middle Eastern musical elements getting a unique sound bursting with personality. From indie pop to dark, electronic pop, Don't Tell My Mum shows a transformation process in which music becomes a great catalyst for emotions and internal debates.

“I was going through genre and style transitions throughout the preparations of this EP, learning to become comfortable with myself. However, by taking each step towards my comfort zone, I kept saying: Don’t tell my mother!” says EMINZADA when asked about the starting point of this new project, in which he delves further into this relationship in Bloodline until reaching Aries Soulmate, a track which is mainly inspired by his astrological beliefs.

Then we get to the aforementioned Beautiful Long Hair, one of the most acclaimed songs, Sociopath, which soars with electronically-charged synthesizers, a blaring bassline and echoing vocality, and finally Beggar, warning us about manipulation which can take many forms. EMINZADA promises to continue giving a lot to talk about while he consolidates a musical project that represents freedom of artistic expression and his homeland's musical culture and futurism.

David Alarcón
Luke Nugent

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