Arizona based SAIAH continues to make a mark with a steady stream of buzz-generating singles, like his latest “(BLACK)PLANET,” from his upcoming sophomore EP titled ‘Honest Red’, due out this fall on InVogue Records/No Name Records/Black17.

The follow-up to the recent tracks “Polaroid” (which is has racked up well over 1 million streams on Spotify alone) and “Heart (Break”), “(BLACK)PLANET” pairs breezy, laid-back beats and female backup vocals from fellow AZ artist Plantedherb (who co-wrote the track with SAIAH), with a timely message that speaks to the current state of race relations in America.



At 21 years old, SAIAH has already begun leaving his mark as a singer-songwriter with a style all his own. Originally from Pittsburgh, he moved to Arizona in high school as his family chased a warmer climate. It was there that he embraced his physical abilities, becoming a recognised track star and even going on to get a scholarship to run in college – but it wouldn’t last for long.

Quickly realising that there was more in the world he wanted to explore, SAIAH decided to face the doubt in himself and from those around him by throwing his focus fully into music. Moving back to Pittsburgh for a year to regroup, he spent that time experimenting with his voice and style before deciding he was ready to tackle the world again as a new man.

Coming back to Arizona, SAIAH linked with independent label No Name Records from his home at the Budget Suites – crafting his debut project Loverboyraceway Lostboy with fervor. Since then he has gone on to release three more tracks, his most recent one, “Polaroid” featuring Guardin, racking up nearly a million plays on Spotify alone.

Stream the new single HEART(BREAK) here:

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