A summery pop single that will make you want to dance.
Worcester, MA-based artist, Faybee, is a singer-songwriter who grew up in New England’s second-largest city. As a child, Faybee was exposed to various emerging artists, which invoked her awakening. She had a serious passion for musical theater, which eventually evolved into a love for creative writing, poetry, and songwriting. Now, In her day-to-day life, the artist surrounds herself with like-minded creative individuals. Her work is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud. Faybee’s latest drop is the pop single “Pat Down,” which marks her third single release this year so far. The song is under an album of the same name. An official video also accompanies the new track.
“Pat Down” provides an infectious, dance-ready blend of beats that nicely complement its lighthearted reflection. This is a dance song all about flirting and trying to take someone home. Lyrics like “Say I’m kinda cold, he like that. Baby, if I bite, would you bite back?” and “Do a dance, make me laugh, make me tap out” are melodically delivered by the artist’s captivating vocals. Her work indicates that she’s up for fun, but a relationship is out. With plenty of passion for no passion and a seriously stylish soundscape, Faybee gifts us a fun and flirty single. Surely, it will have you grooving in no time. So, press play on Faybee’s “Pat Down” to learn what it is to flirt for fun.
Chicago based writer and creative. Fan of 80’s horror, fancy coffee drinks, and late night drives.