Erika Tham explores the faults and hesitations of herself in “Admit It”

Erika Tham comes out of the gate swinging with an R&B/pop sound Erika realized that her true passion was music and decided to put in the work to pursue it. Her first release, “Admit It,” offers up a delicious fusion of R&B and Pop, adding intricacy and bridging cultures with delicate Asian instrumentation.

This track shows Erika’s maturity and growth and came together with help of collaborators Major Myjah and Deion Gill .

“‘Admit It’ is what I wish I could’ve said to someone that I was watching fall in love with me, when I knew I didn’t feel the same. It’s an honest conversation with myself and him; admitting my faults and hesitations when it comes to love. I’m sorry I let it get this far and that I let you think I was the one. ‘Pardon my seduction, I’ll pardon your assumptions’.”

Erika Tham

A beautifully blended mix of Four nationalities – her father is Chinese-Malaysian and her mother is Dutch, Ukrainian-Canadian – Erika Tham is an interesting artist, that offers a stunning representation of global culture, and a powerhouse voice.

She’ll be releasing her debut EP later this year, with more singles to come.

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