Shiadanni Releases Seductive ‘Kitty Mama’

Montreal-based singer-songwriter Shiadanni released her latest lyric video, “Kitty Mama,” just a few days ago. “Kitty Mama” follows on the heels of her previous single, “Turn On My Brain,” which amassed millions of streams on Spotify and more than 200,000 views on YouTube.

Born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, Shiadanni became involved in the dramatic arts and music early on. When her mother enrolled her in voice and guitar lessons, her innate talent bloomed. In 2010, she began uploading videos on YouTube, beginning with a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” which accumulated over 170,000 views almost overnight.

By the time she was 18-years-old, she was laying down tracks for her debut album, Canela, in Mexico City. The album was produced by Mario Ivan and Alejandro Contreras and featured Shiadanni’s heady Latin rock sound. Upon its release, it rocketed to the top of the charts in Mexico. Four singles from Canela went on to attain bona fide hit status: “My Illusion,” “Never,” “Tan Alto Te Tiiene,” and “Siempre Me Voy.”

Later, she relocated to Montreal, Canada, where she began working on her sophomore album, featuring luscious Latin tints, hip-hop, and seductive R&B savors, along with tasty pop textures.

“Kitty Mama” opens on oozing synths riding a thumping kick drum flowing into a dark R&B-flavored melody with muscular hip-pop textures. A cavernous droning tone injects the tune with vibrating depth, as shimmering accents skim around the edges.

Shiadanni’s deliciously sensual voice smolders with sultry smoky tones and tight textures. It’s one of those ozone painted voices full of residual seething blushes of gliding timbres, spectral and electrifyingly erotic.

“I could be the thunder / Under / Your arms / I could be your lover / Overall / They say I’m just a bit too much / Drama / Yes, I’m that kitty mama / Take take take take me out and about / C’est soir / For pina colada / Shake shake shake shake and make my bad girl pout / C’est soir / Like Nina Malcriada / Ready for the game, love / Shoot me / Call me when you’re feeling / Lonely.”

With “Kitty Mama,” Shiadanni delivers sumptuously potent harmonic colors and sexy aromas, as she struts her infectiously scrumptious voice.

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Written by Randy

Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.