For the remix of her breakthrough single “People,” fast-emerging worldwide music star, Libianca collaborated with “Sabi Girl,” Ayra Starr, and “Soso” crooner Omah Lay. However, Libianca revealed in a recent interview with SiriusXM broadcaster Brooke Bailey that she had not anticipated the public release of her private feelings to become a worldwide success.
Libianca explains how the song was inspired by her depression experience during Thanksgiving week, saying, “I was going through a lot and felt so unseen – nobody saw what was going on. I recalled telling myself that I needed to maintain consistency in my social media content and that I couldn’t afford to be depressed right now. I, therefore, went to the studio past my room, found a beat, and recorded it,” She implied.
And coming at the back of the single’s success, She recruits Afrobeats heavyweights Ayra Starr, and Omah Lay on the remix that sees the Trio make even more excellent music and vocal cohesion.
Ayra jumps on the track, delivers her ‘Sabi gurl’ vibe, and almost steals the show. If this weren’t a Libianca song, many would have mistaken it to sound like another Mavin Masterclass. Instead, Omah Lay comes in with the delivery that is the stuff of kings and makes the track generally an amazing listen overall and adds another angle and vibe to the already famous way.