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03.10.2022, Words by Billy Ward

Sabah Kenway drops an Arabic verse on Y2K anthem 'End of The Line'

The single shows fans what they can expect from Sabah's upcoming debut EP

North West London singer-songwriter Sabah Kenway is marking her return with ‘End of The Line’, the third single off her forthcoming debut EP ‘THE ONE’.

The new track follows on from June’s 00s-inspired R&B cut ‘Feelin Me’, an offering that spliced subtle Arabic influences and her North African roots with a distinctive UK twist.

Continuing to hone her unique melting pot of a sound, ‘End of The Line’ debuts an Arabic verse in the second half of the track, offering a surprising twist to her distinct brand of Y2K pop and R&B. Produced, mixed and mastered by London-based rapper/producer SFROMWEST, the single is a bold offering showing fans what they can expect from the songstress going forward.

With both of her parents being from musical families, Sabah’s upbringing allowed her creative tendencies to thrive. Hearing anecdotes about life on the road while watching her mother and father performing on stage, Kenway knew from an early age what she wanted to do with her life and is in a stronger position than ever as her debut EP, out October 28, approaches.

Stream ‘End Of The Line’ below or listen with your preferred player here.

‘End of The Line’ by Sabah Kenway is out now via DMY.

Submit music for release via DMY Artists.

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