Ayra Starr, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, has come through with the remix of ‘Bloody Samaritan’, her hit song.


The songstress announced the release of the project, which features Kelly Rowland, the US music star and actress, on Wednesday.

In the less than four-minute song, the ‘Rush’ singer croons about her determination to take the music industry by storm.

Rowland also adds colour to the song’s lyrics with her unique voice.


“I’m who I am… you can’t bring me down, my way is too high, tick like a dynamite…,” the ‘Simply Deep’ crooner sings.

Starr had put out the song, which is a track off ’19 & Dangerous’, her debut album, in July last year.

Since its release, the project has enjoyed positive reception.


The remix further stretches the list of collaborations between Rowland and Nigerian artistes.

In 2017, the 41-year-old singer also teamed up with Korede Bello for the remix of ‘Do Like That’.

Starr, born Oyinkansola Aderibigbe, has continued to enjoy fame since she joined Mavin Records, a music label owned by Don Jazzy.

She recently talked about dealing with the pressure that comes with stardom.


“Doing music has not always be fun, there’s no time for anything personal at all. I knew that was going to be a problem but God, my family and others around me have kept me going,” she had said.


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