From Kingston, Jamaica, to Vancouver, British Columbia, singer-songwriter and explorative recording artist Hy’sheba shares needed reminders in her new fiery single, "Boss Bitch."
Studying music since childhood and beginning vocal training at 14 at the Ontario Conservatory of music, Hy’sheba later shifted into a music career with the girl group, Gemmini. Transitioning into a solo career, Hy’sheba uses her pop, r&b, and hip-hop influences to deliver a sound you can't ignore.
Speaking of things you can't ignore, take Hy’sheba's single, "Boss Bitch," for example. She wastes no time getting to the point with this punchy single; she's a boss bitch. It's an anthemic, feel-good, sexual, and confident track that's sure to lift your spirits and remind you of your worth.
Hitting play on the new tune, "Boss Bitch," we're met with twinkling and haunting keyboard melodies that jump into a fiery hip-hop beat. Hy’sheba's melodic vocals shower us with all the confidence and good vibes we could ask for. Her flow is playful but powerful; it's the perfect mood-lifter for anyone who hasn't been feeling like a "Boss Bitch" lately.
The performance stylings are so engaging; she's throwing jokes one minute and then spitting cold hard facts the next. The song's production continues to back her up and lay the steady foundation for Hy’sheba to deliver her cool, calm, and collected lyrics. It's a treat for the ears that perfectly showcases Hy’sheba's artistic style and dedication to her craft.
Ready to feel like the main character? Do so with help from Hy’sheba's spicy new single, "Boss Bitch," now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Hy’sheba. You've truly helped us channel our inner "Boss Bitch" with your recent single. What inspired you to write this playful yet confident new track?
The inspiration for "Boss Bitch" came from me reflecting on my journey so far and realizing that I have done a lot of courageous things, and I wanted to give myself credit for all my hard work. Sometimes we as people don't do that enough. We are always seeking external validation. It's good to toot your own horn once in a while, Lol!
Did you work with any producers to help bring the production to life for "Boss Bitch?" What sound or vibe did you have in mind for the song?
"Boss Bitch" is written by me, and the beat is produced by Joshua Diedericks, aka Guy Beats. It is engineered by Josh Eastman at Helm Studios in Vancouver, Canada. I wanted something that was hard-hitting and swanky. Something that conveyed confidence and self-assurance.
What was your favorite part about creating "Boss Bitch?" What parts of the process did you enjoy the most?
The songwriting process is my favorite part of creating music in general. I enjoy vibing out to a beat and seeing what instinctively comes to me. Usually, a line or melody or a concept will come to mind, and I expand on that. I am amazed at how what is, at first, nothing becomes a full product. Creating is fascinating in that sense.
What do you hope "Boss Bitch" does for listeners? Do you hope they get a sense of confidence or enthusiasm after hearing this new song?
Absolutely! I love to make music that inspires people to feel good about themselves. I think we all struggle with insecurities, and I just want to remind myself and others that we are something special.
What's next for you?
Next is the "Boss Bitch" music video; stay tuned!