Today, the serene singer/songwriter delivers an alluring new music video accompanying her single, “In My Garden.” Directed by Alan Barnett, written and co-directed by the songbird herself, the video shows the singer in a beautiful, whimsical forest.
After much anticipation, Arima Ederra drops her new ten-track EP Temporary Fixes. Preceded by singles “Trippin On U”, “In My Garden” and “Artist Addiction,” Temporary Fixes offers Ederra’s alternative R&B sound and thoughtful, reflective, honest songwriting.
Ahead of her forthcoming EP, Temporary Fixes, Los Angeles-based singer songwriter Arima Ederra is releasing her second alluring single “Artist Addiction.”
On Nov. 15th, Los Angeles-based, Ethiopian singer, songwriter and visual artist, Arima Ederra, will release her 10-track EP, Temporary Fixes. Today, check out the first single from the upcoming EP called “In My Garden,” produced by London-based producer Jack Hyde.
The song played as the opening track to Mos Def’s second studio album New Danger in 2004; here, Arima keeps the same format, a notable addition being the hi hat cymbal instrumentation.
Alternative soul artist Arima Ederra drops another one of her hazy gems called “Trippin’ On U,” a vibe thatâs inspired by an ancient instrument and also mimics nostalgiaâs woozy effects.
She sings of her âcrystal blueâ state of mind like a deep sea. The sorrowful vibes are capped off with Telephobia’s moody production.
Arima Ederra captures that ethereal feeling when love is new, jazzy and exciting in her groove âOld New School Love,â a promo single in between projects.
You have to feel the vibe on this joint because of the infectious beat and her yummy voice that seems to dance over the track. Arima talks about rhythm, nature, and harmony in this song.
Arima has officially debuted her musical talents with an impressive body of work entitled, Earth To Arima.