Anwar Sawyer and Andrew Diaz started off as songwriters for other artists. Once they met at Sawyer’s studio, however, it was clear that they were better off making music together. And so, A+A was born. The New York duo’s latest is “Naked,” a bright pop-laced R&B tune that showcases why these two make such a good pair. Heres what they had to say about the track…
“Naked” is just a more socially relevant/provocative word in place of “bare.” The song is about just that, love in its most bare, rare and vulnerable state. The type you can’t fake with, even with the stupid rules and regulations of love set up by generations of hurt souls. It’s ok to strip down the layers and give your true being to someone offering you the exact same; love in each other’s nakedness.
Listen below and stay tuned for A+A’s LivingRooms EP, out this summer.
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