Demi Grace reimagines EDM as Afropop on new single, “Tired of You”

Singing about the relatable subject of being in a complicated relationship

Though born in South London and now based in the US, Demi Grace’s new single, “Tired of You”, is grounded in an African melody. Having performed at the 25th Annual Essence Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana earlier this year, she understands the growing appreciation for diverse cultures and shows it through her fusion of Electronic Dance Music influences with her Afropop melodies as she sings on the relatable subject of being in a complicated relationship.

Singing “I should be running from you/ You keep me crawling coming back to you” over the EDM beat Sigag and Tempoe produces with Afropop drum riffs and synth drops, “Tired of You” expands on the theme of seduction to make a dance song that aptly soundtracks tempting allure of getting reckless at a party.

You can stream Demi Grace’s “Tired of You” below.

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