I’ve been paying attention to Evander Griiim over the last year, and it’s been impressive to witness how much effort the Texas native has invested into his music. It all started when Gucci Mane remixed his record “Right Now,” eventually leading to Rich The Kid hopping on Gucci’s remix. Things began to take off for the rising artist after landing a standout feature on Yachty’s 2017 Teenage Emotions project. Within a year, Evander caught the attention of Migos, Rae Sremmurd, and many others.
Last month, Evander returned with his newest single titled “New Woman,” touching on the topic of relationships. The song speaks on the notion of trying to find a person within other people, and the negative connotations of what that brings.
“I want fans to feel me. Anything I do in my music, I want people to feel the vibrations I’m putting out,” he explained. “I want people to relate. It’s okay to be in touch with your dark side, nobody’s perfect. Everybody has bad things going on. Heartbreak and love, trying to deal with all that. You’re not alone.”
This release follows Evander’s last single, “Tom Ford,” which he calls “sexy player music.” The highly-anticipated visual for “New Woman” is slated to arrive next week, and picks up where “Tom Ford” leaves off.