RIIVA reveals “Madonna” visual alongside a mini EP

Released on March 18, Madonna is a mini EP by German-American artist RIIVA. It’s an installment in her three-part EP series. This collection of songs describes the different facets of female sexuality.

The title-track “Madonna” is a bubby pop cut flavoured with a bouncy bassline and a hint of sensuality. There’s a visual accompanying this song.

“I wrote ‘Madonna’ after I met someone who literally thought I was the love of his life. Just cause I was a little different than the people he usually hangs out with, he projected everything he longs for in a woman onto me, as if I could make all his problems go away or fulfill his desires. First of all I didn’t send any signals and second of all I’m far from that perfect person he thought I would be. Still it was kinda cute cause he was a nice and decent guy. He just seemed so innocent and naive but he definitely couldn’t read me or the room.”


Listen to the songs and follow RIIVA on Instagram.

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