Tai’Aysha gives a sizzling debut on first single “One Night Ting (feat. Saweetie)”

Photo by Jimmy Fontaine

With the release of newcomer Tai’Aysha‘s debut single “One Night Ting” feat. Saweetie it’s only a matter of time before the Dominican-Cambodian singer/songwriter and dancer becomes synonymous with genre-mixing, dancefloor bangers. Her first song, released via Atlantic Records and Icon Music Group, is just that and so much more. Sampling an interloped piece of Shabba Ranks’ 1992 dancehall classic “Ting A Ling,” Tai’Aysha’s “One Night Ting” is an instantly irresistible bop. With its pulsating rhythms, oscillating percussion raps, and Tai’Aysha’s fiery flow everything about the debut single points to the artist’s core reason for making music.


“My music should make you feel fun, excited, and sexy,” Tai’Aysha explained. “When you listen to me, I hope you’re like, ‘I want to be her friend.’ I’m here for you to know you’re confident, cool, and sexy. That’s it.”

“One Night Ting” is an anthem for those exact sentiments. And the music video for the song, directed by Cameron Dean, offers sensual and grandiose visuals to accompany Tai’Aysha and Saweetie’s sweltering bars. Lush and vibrant, the video also showcases Tai’Aysha’s talents as a dancer — giving a torrid performance inside a literal ring of fire. It was initially her dance videos that garnered her a following online, which eventually ballooned into a session with Icon Music Group founder Steve Morales. And it’s her clear flair for performing and captivating audiences with her music and dancing that shines through on “One Night Ting.”


“It’s about cutting loose, letting go, and throwing yourself into the night,” Tai’Aysha reveals. “But I’ve never actually had a one-night stand. I’ve tried, but they come to my house the next day or send me flowers.”

Visit Tai’Aysha’s Twitter, and Instagram to stay updated on new releases and tour announcements.

Watch the video for Tai’Aysha’s new single “One Night Ting” (feat. Saweetie)

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