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  • Writer's pictureAmi Row

Emerging songstress Georgia Chanel releases her empowering new single 'SEKHMET'

Georgia Chanel is the Midlands-raised, London-based rising talent with a growing discography of genre-bending and elevating sounds, which she has nurtured into her own style and identity that focus on her own personal experiences in life to resonate with any listener going through a similar situation.

Growing up in a small town in the Midlands, her music career began as a teenager where she was placed in a class band at school and with the help of a band manager and government scheme, it became a huge success with professional performances across the region.

Recently experiencing a life-changing discovery in her personal life has heavily influenced her new direction of releases. Her story reflects on her emotions of happiness and sadness juxtaposing production and melodies with heartfelt lyrics to validate her feelings - a metaphor for what she went through. Boasting to resonate with many listeners that may be experiencing a similar situation, she uses her music as away to cope whilst also revealing the beautiful side of discovering who you truly are and healing from it.

For her latest release, Georgia pays homage to the ancient Egyptian goddess of war and healing 'SEKHMET'. The track serves listeners with a powerful message of resilience and walking away from a relationship to heal. Her stand-out vocals can be heard from the off, whilst the message behind the single offers purpose, reflection and empowerment with R&B, soul, pop and dance influences, it's an offering destined to be enjoyed by many different genre heads across the globe.

Speaking about her new single, Georgia mentioned: “SEKHMET was inspired by a particular situation I was going through, I felt like I didn’t have a voice and was silenced, so this song was warranted in many ways. The track will resonate with many listeners, focusing on being in a relationship with someone (platonic or romantic) and the power balance being completely off, therefore being left with no choice but to walk away. I knew I wanted something to metaphor the absolute anger I felt that I had been treated this way and I recently had become super interested in ancient Egypt. I thought, why not use the ancient Egyptian goddess Sekhmet. She fascinated me, as she was the goddess of war and healing which is a complete juxtaposition. It truly felt like this situation had resulted in war when it should have gone the other way.”


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