Ashley Brinton has returned with her most-anticipated single yet, “Good Mawnin.” The song completes an evolution from the singer that finally comes full circle.

Brinton, who was discovered by Tommy Mattola at age 9, debuts a new side that has evolved from her previous songs geared towards the pop genre. “Good Mawnin” is Brinton’s foray into the hip-hop space.

The song itself came easily to Ashley. Ironically, the song was inspired by a bad day! Brinton says, “I was having kind of a bad morning honestly and I wasn’t so motivated. When I got into the studio, I wanted to create a song that was going to hype me up.” She recorded the song that very night.

Accompanying the single is an original music video that encompasses the true sense of the song and lyrics. Shot in the South of France, the video maintains the easy-going, feel-good nature of the single. The scenes are all light hearted, about living life, making money and having killer days every day. Brinton says, “The Mediterranean was one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen and to be able to shoot a video there was such an amazing new experience!”

“Good MAWNIN is the best motivation trap song of the year. It is all about waking up and feeling exhilarated.  I was so blessed to have been able to film the video overseas in the Mediterranean. It was honestly a dream come true. The backdrop of the ocean and the landscape was truly inspirational. I hope that whole vibe came through in the music and resonates with audiences not just in the US but all over the world.”

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As for what’s ahead for Ashley Brinton, we can expect to see more of this genre from the singer. Ashley shares, “This is really a direct reflection of my music now and I am looking forward to creating more songs like this for my fans and the music community alike.”

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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