Aisha Badru Debuts “Rebirth” Single via NPR | Dates w/ Deepak Chopra, Fantastic Negrito & Langhorne Slim

Indie-folk artist Aisha Badru builds atmospheric soundscapes deeply rooted in nature, spirituality, family and homecoming. Her dynamic new The Way Back Home EP is due out December 3 via Nettwerk Records. The new single “Rebirth” marries her signature singer-songwriter sound with booming percussion and a soul-stirring rap verse. A standout among the collection, “Rebirth” flirts with the idea that we are undergoing a transformation on earth where we will be pushed to limits and really inquire about what our existence means. Aisha shares, “I believe the truth that will be uncovered will set us on a new course rooted in love and understanding.”
 
Aisha’s humanistic confessionals have won more than 100M+ streams, a fanbase in Europe, and the praise of publications such as NPR, who celebrated her “warm and inviting” approach. Lead single and album title track “The Way Back Home” has earned acclaim spanning Apple Music Country, The Bluegrass Situation and many more.  She will showcase her spiritual side with special live performances at The Big Quiet with Deepak Chopra streaming for free on September 19 @ 8pmEST and the World Mental Health Day Benefit Concert, October 21 at Brooklyn Bowl.
 
Since releasing her debut album Pendulum, Aisha relocated from Yonkers, NY to her current home outside Orlando, where she lives sustainably and practices permaculture with her partner and her 1.5 year old twins. She is also using her platform to amplify this passion for environmentalism, teaming up with Nettwerk Records to plant trees with pre-saves of the albums & singles via a donation to the non-profit, One Tree Planted.
 
The Way Back Home tracklist:
1. Graves
2. Rooted
3. The Way Back Home
4. Home
5. Worthwhile
6. Rebirth

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