Premiere: Sammi Constantine returns with her first single of 2018, Feel Your Body

Premiere: Sammi Constantine returns with her first single of 2018, Feel Your Body

The rising Sydney-based musician should definitely be on your radar if she isn't already.

In case you haven't been acquainted over the years, Sammi Constantine is a rising Sydney-based musician who, over the last few years, has positioned herself as a rising pop force among the Australian scene through her catchy singles, features and songwriting credits. After a big 2017 headed by the release of a handful of big appearances – like her single Through My Clothes and features with AIRPORTS and Mashd N Kutcher – the Sydney musician has been reasonably quiet release-wise in 2018, until now, that is.

Feel Your Body is her big returning single and it's an absolute blast, uniting this thick, sensual vocal oozing with R&B undertones with an upbeat and accessible, yet still quite dark and hazy production. It's a notably more mature and fleshed-out single in comparison to some of her last – possibly a side-effect of it being in the making for the previous few years due to her perfectionism – really solidifying her place amongst the Australian pop world with a promise similar to that of acts like Nicole Millar early in her career. Check out the single below, and be sure to keep an eye on Sammi Constantine as she continues to rise, something that's definitely not stopping soon with the promise of more releases and shows before the year's end.

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