Up-and-coming singer, Farrah Frostt is releasing today her new pop single, ‘Work Hard, Play Harder,’ the highly-anticipated follow-up to her debut song, ‘Not In The Mood.’ The musician’s tracks are known to be bold anthems of female empowerment, which gained her instant notoriety when the video for her first single premiered this spring on World Star Hip Hop. To date, the ‘Not In The Mood’ video has more than 110,000 YouTube views, and the track has 150,000 streams on Spotify.
Jumping from urban beats to a production favoring elements of Spanish pop with a featured vocal from newcomer Mateo, the artist explains how her background as a medical student influenced the songwriting of ‘Work Hard, Play Harder.’ “My life is an integration of the arts and sciences. I took two gap years from med school to pursue the performing arts. I personally believe that intelligence is sexy. Drive, determination and passion are alluring. After you put in all your hard work into your studies, you need an outlet—that’s where the play comes in.”
‘Work Hard, Play Harder’ is now available on all streaming platforms, including iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon and Deezer. A music video, which was directed by Rock Davis, will be released on October 18.