Pay up is an uptempo record with a blend of East coast classic and Miami bass. Perfect record to get your event moving or workout to. Girl bosses everywhere can appreciate a woman taking charge. This type of record is unexplored by Heather Gin. She embraced her side that loves hip hop and delivered a banger with a guest verse from Scoop Lo. This record is truly a summer time banger! 🔥🔥🔥
Heather Gin’s new single We Fly is a self written and produced record. It is the first record release with her producer tagline debut “HG on da keys.” We Fly is a song that captures exactly where Heather Gin is at in her life – she is a strong, independent, and successful single woman who is focused on her career and family. Trials and tribulations are of the past, and life is nothing short of fabulous!
Heather Gin drops her highly anticipated new project “Liberation” with features by Rick Ross, Tory Lanez, Scoop Lo and production by the incredible Timbaland and hitmakers ThankgodforCody, Patrick Star, Kajimer Royale, Sango, and more. The intro track pretty much sums up what Liberation is all about, with a skit capturing the witty words spoken by Eartha Kitt, who was big on the women’s liberation movement. Heather delivers Liberation with a more mature outlook, with some of the records bringing back a nostalgic sound like “Try Again,” with Timbaland on the beat, and the hook paying homage to the great Aliyah. She gives a females perspective to Tory Lanez record on “Proud Response,” and also pays homage to her hometown Seattle on “Space Needle Shawty.”
Heather Gin releases the first single off her upcoming project “Liberation” called “Space Needle Shawty” featuring production by the incredible Sango. Repping her city Seattle on this track its reminiscent of early Asap Rocky she rides the beat in her own unique style. Her new project “Liberation” is slated to drop later this summer 2018. Stay tuned for more info on release dates, including upcoming show dates.
Heather Gin “Can’t Get Enough” new music video release from her album “Passion.” The video is set in a vintage 50’s theme, with classic luxury cars, victory rolls, and galore. The song is written and produced by Heather Gin. The video is also produced by Heather Gin and directed by Dyllyn Greenwood.
Heather Gin team’s up again with Seattle’s own Vitamin D with her newest single #YKHTG (You Know How That Go). Heather delivers this song in her own style and rhythm, chanting and singing to another women empowerment theme (“Just being 100 baby, you know how that go”) as a follow up to her previous single, “Classy Girl Strut.”