Baby Taylah summons your inner self on new track Reclaim

Posted on 11 September 2019
By Khyle Deen
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Hailing from Scotland, singer-songwriter Baby Taylah releases compelling-pop single ‘Reclaim’.

With edgy beats and cult-esque vocals, Baby Taylah perfectly positions herself to empower, summoning your inner self. Juggling a variety of musical styles and influences from the pop, indie and power ballad scenes, Taylah isn’t confined to the ‘genre box’. The glittery track expands on feeling completely out of control and not wanting to fall victim to your own personal circumstance.

There’s nothing quite as good as an anthem for the sad and uncertain times, ‘Reclaim’ is one of the few hopeful tracks that’s empowering in exactly the right ways, proving Taylah’s not a one-trick pony. To best describe her style, think if Bishop Briggs and X Ambassadors could have a musical love-child but with classic Celtic roots woven in between.

Talking about the track, Baby Taylah said “I wrote ‘Reclaim’ at a time when I felt very out of control and trapped. I had a conversation with my sister in which I said that I wasn’t prepared to become a victim of my personal circumstance, and this inspired the lyrics behind ‘Reclaim’. I loved the idea of being the ruler of your own life, and anyone who tries to dethrone you will have hell to pay. I really wanted some strong brass in the chorus to make it sound aggressive. I think it was the right track to release first because it really explains the way I felt coming back to music again”

Discovering her passion for music at the age of 14, Baby Taylah is a multi-talented artist in her own right, from playing the guitar to the harp, Taylah can do just about anything . Having performed in and around the Glasgow music scene from 2009, She has since then performed at Scotland’s TRNSMT festival on their very first female-led ‘Queen Tut’s stage’. ‘Reclaim’ illustrates her own journey of failure and reprisal within the modern-day music industry.

Reclaim is out now via Icons Creating Evil Art