Catt McCreary is back with another bop. ‘Temporary Vibe’ is a slick jam about the push and pull between dating and staying single.
The Atlanta native and Nashville-based artists are on the rise, already accumulating hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify alone. With her newest release, she takes us back to the 90s with an old-school aesthetic to match the old soul vibe of her voice.
The song is playful and fun, declaring “I’m not gonna try to be a wife/over that shit/I did it twice/just want someone who will treat me nice.“
It’s perfect for hot girl summer with lyrics to sing along to with your besties like “not gonna change this for a man/I’ll fit you in Fridays at ten.“
The vibe of the song is sugary, but with a bite like a Sour Patch Kid. It may be a lighthearted pop tune, but it’s got fierceness woven into it. Which makes sense, given Catt’s musical upbringing.
With influences like Justin Bieber, Rico Nasty, and Doja Cat, she’s built a catalog of sassy and empowering anthems. Her childhood was also filled with jazz and soul influences, and she’s a talented musician ranging from piano to drums and guitar, in addition to her soulful singing.
Add this song to any playlist ready for a pool party, summer drive, or to pump you up while getting ready to live your best life.
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