Wafia, has announced her upcoming Good Things EP, out Friday, August 21. The EP will include the irresistibly catchy track “Hurricane,” which premiered today on Triple J in Australia and is available everywhere HERE, as well as lead single “Pick Me”. Wafia has also released a touching homemade lyric video for “Hurricane,” created from Wafia’s personal videos documenting her time in quarantine. In the new visual, Wafia surprises her friends and spreads much needed positivity to her loved ones – watch the uplifting video on Wafia’s official YouTube channel HERE.

“When you go through a tough break up, there are a lot of secondary losses that can come with it too – you & your ex’s mutual friends, their family, the community you built together and last year I lost all of that,” Wafia shares. “I took a lot of time to reflect and I realised I had so many incredible people around me of my own that were there and they were constants. This song to me is about my friendship with them and celebrates them. I spent a day recently driving around LA delivering some of those people flowers and cakes I baked which I filmed and then turned into a little lyric video.”

Earlier this year, the rising indie-pop starreleased the sunny and lovable track, “Pick Me.” Shortly after its release, Wafia tapped a group of her friends and influencers for a virtual dance party visual.

Despite current physical distance, Wafia has been collaborating and creating with her friends more than ever. The whimsical single artwork for both “Pick Me” and “Hurricane” were created by fellow recording artist Lil Halima. Wafia also tapped her sister for the colorful and vibrant “Pick Me” lyric video — watch the handmade visual HERE. Wafia has been joining her friends, including singer/songwriter Wrabel and director/photographer Alexandra Gavillet on her Instagram livestreams, for hilarious and entertaining segments called “Wafia learns something.”

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