26-year-old London-based NAYTiiVE brings a spark of New Wave and Funk/Pop by releasing the charisma-filled single and video “Redlight.”

After only 5 months into the project, NAYTiiVE headlined his first show in London, which received enthusiastic reviews.

Mixing infectious melodies with a high octane live performance full of charisma, his energy is something that oozes out into the crowd, making the stage his home and lifting the mood of the audience.

Blending influences ranging from artists like Bruno Mars, Jamiroquai, Parcels, and Prince, NAYTiiVE seems to be one who is truly capable of bringing the party to the stage.

A stroke of light that the 26-year-old London-based artist renews with his most recent work.

We’re talking about “Redlight,” the song that follows the fictional story of a lucky man who turns £ 20 into £ 200,000 in a matter of moments.

“My main man Mr. Joe Green came round to my old uni flat in Fulham. He’d had a bit of a rough day and we were just doing what we all day when we’re feeling sorry for ourselves, we started wishing we were rich.” So NAYTiiVE shares the backdrop of the making of “Redlight.” Then he adds: “Wishing we were like those guys from made in Chelsea. If we had all the money in the world, what would we be like?”

Behind the stories here we can find a song about living that dream life, putting aside all worries and dubious, and pushing the accelerator on living with carefree ambition the uniqueness of the moment.

Listen now to "Redlight," the latest Single by Naytiive, available in streaming on all major digital platforms. You can find your favorite one via lnk.to/NaytiiveRedlight

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You can also discover "Redlight" and Naytiive music by listening to our playlist NOVA ERA, a weekly rotation featuring an eclectic selection of artists covered by Nova MUSIC blog.

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