Dallas-Texas-raised singer/songwriter BeMyFiasco recently put out her debut album Where I Left You via The Foreign Exchange's +FE Music label, and now she returns with the visual for her single "Bad Dream." The reflective record sees her looking back at her past toxic relationships and wondering how she survived through the trauma and craziness. It's far from being gloomy or sad but more of a bright moment for the singer who is in a better place in her life and thankful to be able to put those emotions on wax for others to maybe learn a thing or two from. The production by ROHO with additional keys by Zo! exudes that classic modern neo-soul aesthetic we'd expect from someone under the Foreign Exchange imprint. From the bouncy drum groove, bright chords, and woozy textures, BeMyFiasco totally owns the track with her commanding vocals and even throws in a stylish rap verse towards the end.
The visuals directed by Tevyn Jenkins for Nicely Done Visuals, blends the old with the new. It pays homage to her love of bad 80's workout videos and '90s feel-good R&B jams" with its warm visual style. Between the performance shots, it also follows the singer on a day out with her girlfriends where the fun never stops.
Bianca "BeMyFiasco" Rodriguez is a singer/songwriter, kindergarten teacher, and an aspiring psychotherapist from Dallas, Texas. As a singer/songwriter she has worked with artists such as Lyric Jones's on her CTTA album opener "Face to Face", IAMNOBODI's "Let It Roll", Robert Glasper's "Violets", Little Brother's 2019 lauded comeback album May The Lord Watch. She also spent some time in Spain performing shows and commercials and she also lent her vocals to the TV show “La que se avecina” as a part of the choir in two episodes.
"Bad Dream" is taken from her full-length debut album Where I Left You. Stream/purchase the LP here.
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