1 Song, 3 Minutes

Mastered for iTunes
Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Loved her other stuff


Yeahhhhh....this isn't gonna cut it for a new single of an upcoming album (if that is indeed what it's meant to be). You can't judge an entire project based off of one song, so I will see what comes after this, but yeah, not all that great. (Coming from a major fan of her early stuff).

It's different


I like it not as good as hideaway for being lead singles, hope the album has more deep house songs + r&b ugh So Deep was so good

Freestyle coming back


It's obvious that she's trying a new sound on this single. As I hear the song the beat reminds me of old 80's freestyle angst. Which is not a bad thing. The song is catchy and I actually think it's alright for her.

About Kiesza

Canadian-born, Brooklyn-based pop singer Kiesza makes dance-oriented music that touches upon house music, modern EDM, and R&B. Born in Calgary, Kiesza participated in theater, ballet, and tap dancing before joining the Royal Canadian Navy at 17, where she was trained as a code breaker. At 18, Kiesza also competed in the Miss Universe Canada pageant before focusing on a music career. Leaving the Navy, she attended Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship. After graduating, she relocated to New York City and began performing her folky singer/songwriter compositions. Eventually, Kiesza found herself drawn to dance music and began collaborating with producer Rami Samir Afuni. In 2014, she released the Hideaway EP. "Hideaway" itself topped the U.K. and Scottish singles charts upon its April release and received significant airplay in the U.S. when it was released that July.

A few months later, Kiesza's full-length debut, Sound of a Woman, arrived, mixing her house-influenced pop with hip-hop-tinged tracks and featuring cameos by Mick Jenkins and Joey Bada$$. Following the album's release, she toured with Demi Lovato and collaborated with artists including Jack U, Gorgon City, Duran Duran, and Djemba Djemba. Kiesza returned in early 2017 with her own single, "Dearly Beloved," which was dedicated to her college friend Alicia Lemke, frontwoman of the band Alice and the Glass Lake who died from leukemia in 2015. To record the song, Kiesza worked with producer Stuart Price and learned to play one of Lemke's guitars from her boyfriend, Adam Agati. "Don't Want You Back," a collaboration between Kiesza and Dutch producer Bakermat, was released that June. ~ Matt Collar

    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • BORN
    January 16, 1989