As Tamaraebi prepares to drop his new project, he shares this new upbeat sexy track titled “Waistline.” The track is ripe with lush synths and an undeniable groove that plays second fiddle to the singer’s sultry vocals and hypnotic melodic runs.

The track was inspired by Michael Sembello’s ‘Maniac’, the ’80s chart smash that featured in the classic romance flick Flashdance. The singer gives a quote to how he was inspired as follows: “When I was young my mum was proper into health and fitness and when she put videos on to do a workout, she would do her squats to Maniac,” comments Tamaraebi. “All my songs are a bit sexy and with this track, I wanted something that was also a bit upbeat, so I could move my waistline!”

“Waistline” is taken from the 6 track EP Spectrum.

Tamaraebi ‘Spectrum’ EP:

1 Brown Angel

2 Telephone

3 Waistline

4 Serious

5 Square One

6 Just Cry


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