If you don’t know who thuy is yet, it’s time to get familiar. The rising R&B singer/songwriter has amassed over 28 million streams on her debut EP “i hope you see this” and has over 2.2 million monthly streams on Spotify alone. Her new track “inhibitions” has j released in March, and this time she teamed up with one of our fave hitmakers and vibe curators, P-Lo.
|“‘inhibitions’ is a fun and playful song letting someone know that they are the only one who does it for them.” says thuy. “There may be a lot of people or interests who come at me and take their shot but at the end of the day those other people can’t do it like them. So they are the only one you want to give your attention to.”|
This track will be featured in her deluxe version of her EP “i hope you see this,” slated for release this Spring 2022. She’s also headed out on Tour this May and will be hitting the stage at the 2022 Outside Lands Festival. Check out the “inhibitions” Music video below featuring some familiar faces like the Next Kidz, Johnny Maxwell, and Nico Blitz below.
Make sure to stream the new track here and get familiar with thuy’s music below.
|The vibrant R&B artist of Vietnamese descent is determined to stand out in the world of pop music. She grew up surrounded by music and at the age of 9, knew she wanted to be a pop star. However, with no exemplars to look up to who looked like her, thuy traded her musical hopes for a career in medicine. After a few lacklustre years in the medical field followed by a chance visit to a studio, thuy finally saw what a professional career in music could look like.|
Since then, the now Los Angeles-based artist has released several records showcasing her angelic vocals, skilful songwriting, and modern R&B stylings. Having amassed over 85 million global streams across her catalogue and garnered support from premier international publications including Billboard, Paper and Harper’s Bazaar, Thuy proves that her celestial voice and knack for earworm melodies are here to stay.
Currently, her Top 10 Streaming Markets worldwide include Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.