Sena Kana and TY DOLLA $IGN have recently joined forces to share their new single, ‘Show Me’. The track is now available to stream via all major streaming platforms.
Sena Kana has broken records by becoming the first solo female Japanese pop artist to hit gold status in the United States with “Show Me.” The track was produced with major producer Poo Bear – who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey and Usher. The single also sees TY DOLLA $IGN as a feature who adds his signature sound. Together, they are the ultimate dream team.
‘Show Me’ is the perfect track that is clearly loved by many music lovers from around the world. It’s a combination of a variety of different music genres, meaning that there is something in there for everyone. If you’re a fan of R&B, hip-hop, and electronic music, then this is the song for you.
When talking about ‘Show Me’, Sena Kana said to Wonderland Magazine,
“‘Show Me’ is about the anxiety of not being able to convey what you want to say and highlights the importance of making an effort to show someone how you feel. It’s a song about the hope that comes from that effort of trying to connect with someone even when it is difficult. The ultimate goal is to make people all over the world kinder, and to make the world a better place through my music. To create a world where there are no more wars and conflicts, and where we can help each other even under disasters and hardships. I hope that my song can be a catalyst for each of us to show our true kindness, to not give up on finding new solutions, and to not become complacent.”
TY DOLLA $IGN further explains,
“‘Show Me’ is all about that magic that happens in collaboration. It was originally brought to me through my brother Poo Bear and with his incredible production merging with Sena’s one and only voice, I knew it was a hit the moment I heard it.”
Sena Kana was born in Tokyo and is clearly a natural artist. She remembers falling in love with musicals such as ‘The Sound Of Music’ and instantly knew that music was the path that she wanted to travel down. When discussing her place in the music world, she explains,
“I’d like to get past the boundaries of nationality. The kindness inside of people is what I want to share most through what I do. We can get up again, believe in our dreams again, and connect with people again. Those are the kinds of songs I want to sing. That’s the kind of music I want to make. It’s really my dream to bring people together through music.”