Ivy Ash – Oops (2021)

Ivy Ash is hitting the ground running with her debut single ‘Oops’. Using a sparkling energy, she fills her sassy debut single with confidence and self-empowerment. With lyrics that offer an unfiltered, honest and raw approach to life, she takes listeners on a journey that is exhilarating and enthralling.

Drawing on the infectious pop stylings of Gwen Stefanie, Lady Gaga and Kylie Minogue, she has you bopping to her beat and filled with the message of her lyrics. Having spent the last two years honing her craft, she is ready to take the world by storm. With funding from Arts Council England and having gained achievements as a songwriter, she is a pop princess that you don’t want to miss.



‘Oops’ warps into your ears before the synth beats grab you. The pattering beats in the melody get your feet tapping to the beat through the verses before you are swept up in the pure pop energy of the chorus. The energy of the track is infectious and fills you with glittering lights packed with confidence. The movement of the music brings an edge of dance that gets you moving and covers it in the essence of pop for an infusion that is utterly enthralling.

While you are dancing around to the melody, Ash’s vocals bring a sparkle to your brain. Her voice melds with the music for a vocal dance extravaganza that inundates you with exhilaration. As you listen to the lyrics, you are filled with a confidence that you might be missing. She tackles feeling lost in love only to pump empowerment into your veins by letting you know that your heart can go but that you don’t have to lose yourself. Through the blinding energy of the single, you are filled with strength and know that you can take on anything.

Ivy Ash fills you with sparkling energy and strength while moving your body to her rhythm in her debut single ‘Oops’. The track is the glittering embodiment of pure pop sensibilities covering some hypnotic dance beats, Her vocals fill you with confidence while taking you on an enthralling journey through love and emotions.

Find out more about Ivy Ash on her website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Spotify.

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