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Ari Abdul Unveils Intoxicating New Single “DON’T”

Brooklyn’s own Ari Abdul is back with a mesmerizing new track that’s sure to leave listeners spellbound. Released via RCA Records UK, “DON’T” is a melodic offering that showcases Abdul’s distinctive blend of dark alternative pop.

The song, which follows Abdul’s previous hit “DFHMPU,” delves into the theme of temptation, exploring the allure of that which is forbidden. With its haunting production and evocative lyrics, “DON’T” marks the beginning of a new era for the rising star.

This song is about temptation. Specifically, towards something or someone that is not good for you. The production of the song was heavily influenced by sounds of the Seattle grunge scene. “DON’T” is definitely the start of a new era for me.

Ari Abdul

Fans will have the chance to experience Abdul‘s electrifying performance live as she embarks on her CCTV Tour across the UK this August. Kicking off in Manchester and culminating in London, the tour promises to be a can’t-miss event for music lovers everywhere.

But Arei Abdul‘s journey to success has been anything but conventional. Raised in Brooklyn, she found solace in music from a young age, drawing inspiration from a diverse range of influences, from Latin rhythms to classic rock. It wasn’t until encouraged by a friend’s mother that Abdul found the courage to share her music with the world, setting her on the path to stardom.

With her enigmatic persona and unique sound, Abdul has quickly emerged as one of the most intriguing artists on the contemporary music scene. Her debut EP, CCTV, captivated audiences with its blend of dark storytelling and immersive production, earning her widespread acclaim and a dedicated following.

As she continues to push boundaries and defy expectations, Ari Abdul is poised to make a lasting impact on the world of music and beyond.

Listen to “DON’T” here:

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