G-Eazy's track "The Beautiful & Damned", which is also the title track off his brand new album, 27-year-old Los Angeles-based songstress Zoe Nash steps out into the spotlight today with the release of her debut single called "Rather Die", a defiant yet deeply vulnerable track that delivers politically charged lyrics ("Truth ain't truth when fear consumes") and a chorus that gets more pointed and personal in speaking out against hate ("I'd rather die than be like you"). With her unique, raspy vocals draped over lush, electronic production, "Rather Die" immediately marks Zoe Nash as an artist to watch in 2018.
Speaking on the track, Zoe Nash explans:
"'Rather Die' was written in response to all of the hate and ignorance that has been given such a powerful platform. It came from thinking about everyone, especially kids, affected by all of this hate, and how they're being told that they shouldn't be who they really are - that who they are is worthless. The song is my way of telling them, despite and in spite of it all, "You gotta do you - nothing will kill [it] faster.'"
Watch the lyric video for "Rather Die" below.
"Rather Die" is available now on iTunes.