Shanice Says: I Got You

The up-and-coming singer debuts with an upbeat track about confidence.

Shanice steps into the spotlight with her debut single I Got You — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

“Funnily enough, I wrote in about 15-20 minutes,” shares the pop artist. “Mark (Feist) was producing the beat and I was sitting on the couch behind him, listening to what he was doing. It was just so great that I immediately had a million ideas and the melody and lyrics came to me very naturally.”

This upbeat and empowering synth pop song, which was produced by legendary producer Mark J. Feist and released by Hitmakers Entertainment, is about confidence, about how drawing attention to yourself and knowing your worth is a positive thing that everybody should be doing. “I wrote it wanting to make everyone who listened to it feel good energy and a little strength even.”

Shanice’s voice is sweet and powerful, similar to that of Billie Eilish meets Ariana Grande, while her music is a reflection of her diverse upbringing, drawing inspiration from a variety of genres, including pop, R&B, 80s music, and jazz, and influence from the likes of Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Cullum, Gang of Youths, Hozier, and more.