Catt McCreary Proves She’s Not Just a ‘Temporary Vibe’

Catt McCreary Proves She’s Not Just a ‘Temporary Vibe’

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.

Image courtesy: Catt McCreary

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.

Make sure you check out ‘Temporary Vibe’ here!

What’s your vibe this summer? Let us know what songs you’re loving for summer on Twitter @TheHoneyPop or Facebook and Instagram!

Looking for more new music? It’s right here!


Featured Image Source: Catt McCreary via Facebook

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