Adanna Duru shows us how to handle a hater in her latest single, 'Ur a Bitch'​

February 3, 2023


Adanna Duru is a force to be reckoned with, and “ur a bitch” is proof of that.

This song is a testament to her talent as a singer, songwriter, and all-around boss. Listen to her latest single and news on her upcoming debut EP, “NAPPY HOUR.

Interview & Article: Jess Maldonado

Photo by Riley Lattanza

Adanna Duru is a queen of reinvention, and she’s done it again with her latest single, “ur a bitch“. This banger is the epitome of sass, with Adanna delivering a sharp diss to someone who can’t seem to keep their friends. The beat is upbeat and impossible not to dance to, making it the perfect anthem for anyone who’s ever wanted to have the last word. The viral Tiktok sensualist’s signature blend of R&B, and 90’s Pop, is on full display, and she proves once again that she’s a master of genre-bending.

The production of “ur a bitch” is top-notch, with Adanna’s voice soaring over the thumping bass and playful synths. The lyrics are the real showstopper, though, as she delivers her message with a playful smirk in her voice. The song is the perfect mix of sweet and sour, making it impossible not to love. Whether at the gym, the beach, or just having a dance party in your living room, “ur a bitch” is bound to put a smile on your face.

Her upcoming debut EP, “NAPPY HOUR,” is not just a collection of music – it’s a window into the soul of an artist. It’s the perfect preview of what’s to come on her upcoming EP, NAPPY HOUR, and we can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next. Each song is a testament to her musical influences and shows off her impressive range as a singer and songwriter. With her upcoming EP, Adanna introduces herself to the world and defines the sound and style that will define her as an artist.

Stay tuned for the upcoming release of “NAPPY HOUR” on March 10, 2023

She embodies unapologetic self-expression, and her music perfectly reflects that. From her dynamic personality and captivating vocals to her bold fashion sense and confident stage presence, Adanna is a true original. Whether blasting “Ur a Bitch” in the car or grooving to “NAPPY HOUR” at a summer barbecue, Adanna’s music will make you feel confident, empowered, and unapologetically yourself. So, babes, get ready to have your world rocked by Adanna Duru and her new single “Ur a Bitch.”

Read our interview with Adanna below!

  1. Girl, what inspired you to write “ur a bitch“? Did someone tick you off?

    lol. Yeah….

  2. Your TikTok videos are hilarious, but this new single has a different vibe. What was the idea behind bringing a sassier side to your music?

    I’m just honest and write about how I feel. I was really angry and hurt when I wrote this song. I also thought it was kind of funny too…
  3. We love the beat on “ur a bitch”. Can you tell us more about the sound and production process?

    HXNS produced this song, he sent me a beat pack after I reached out to him on Instagram. I heard his song “1080p” with Elujay & knew I had to work with him.
  4. Your musical background is so diverse, from R&B to Pop to Afrobeats. How did you bring these influences into “ur a bitch“?

    I’ve always listened to many different kinds of music, so it definitely influences me simultaneously.
  5. You’re known for your humor and personality, but “ur a bitch” is more of a diss track. Was it liberating to release some pent-up frustration through your music?

    Yeah, it definitely felt good, lol.
  6. Your journey to musical stardom has been wild, from American Idol to The Voice. What has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned along the way?

    Just do it. Post the video. Nobody gives a shit if you’re cringe, people just care about themselves. Everybody is cringe.
  7. You’ve mentioned feeling like an outsider growing up. How does Nigerian heritage play a role in your music and identity as an artist?

    I grew up in a predominantly white neighborhood. I was constantly made fun of for how tall & dark I was & how nappy my hair was. For all my distinctly Nigerian features. Growing up, I’ve always felt most proud of who I was when surrounded by my Nigerian friends. Nigerians are so proud, especially when we are together.
  8. The music industry can be tough, especially for women. How do you stay true to yourself and your sound while navigating it all?

    Social media has become the best tool in the world for me because I don’t have to answer anyone. I just need to post every day. My socials have gotten me into rooms that my music alone would probably not have gotten me into.
  9. ur a bitch” is sure to make waves. How do you plan to follow it up and keep your fans dancing and singing along?

    Thanks, my EP is super fun. I know people are going to love it.


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