Azym throws himself a pity party over you in his latest single One and Only — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
“This is about a bad relationship that was toxic, indecisive, and hurtful,” the pop-R&B singer, dancer and actor shares. “The couple push and pull each other in different directions and, in the end, only destroy it. Obviously after a relationship ends, you feel kinda bad about it. In situations like this one in the song, though, it really is about realizing it’s better to have nothing at all than to stay in a relationship that’s not working. With a relationship that is as bad as the one in the song, it’s better to let go, move on, and grow.”
As as a multi-talented triple threat with previous singles Open Up and Feel The Groove under his belt, the Ottawa artist was recently hand-picked to audition for America’s Got Talent, won silver at the 2020 World Championships of Performing Arts, was a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition (2019), was an official nominee of the American Songwriting Awards (2018) and been selected as a semi-finalist in the singing and acting categories at the New York City International Modeling and Talent Association, and at the 2018 Family Channel Competition. Azym performs regularly, with 30+ live shows pre-quarantine; he’s appeared on Rogers Live Daytime Ottawa TV for a Children’s Hospital (CHEO) fundraiser, participated in an exclusive interview with Pacific Northwest Radio for Make a Scene Canada, and more.