The 19-year-old rising star, Halle Abadi, empowers independence in her addictive new single.
On March 9th, 2021, Halle Abadi, the breakthrough pop star surprised her fans with her newly released electrifying and empowering new single ‘Salvador.’
The release of Halle’s single ‘Salvador’ is followed by her previously released debut single ‘Fault Lines’ which peaked on Submithub’’s US Electro Pop Chart at #4. It also racked up thousands and thousands of shares and saves from listeners of every corner of the world. With South Asia-inspired strings and percussions, along with the guitars of blending Flamenco-style, the song possesses a crossover approach – similar to all songs by the Pop Star Halle Abadi.
In Halle Abadi’s songs, her listeners can hear her paying a tribute to her own cultures of South Asia and the Middle East while blending a touch of electronic and urban pop production.
Halle Abadi’s single explores the topic of “Salvador,” which means someone who keeps you trapped in a toxic relationship. Salvador we well-known for manipulation and love-bombing their owners when they want something, and they disappear when they get want they want from you. A person who falls for Salvadors gets addicted to their toxic antics.
Halle Abadi says, “This song is about identifying Salvador’s toxicity and choosing to rise above it, so the next time they ‘knock at your window’, you’ll know better than to let them back in. It can be incredibly hard to escape this cycle, so we created an anthem for those who feel tied to their Salvador with the intention of empowering them and showing that there’s light on the other side.”
Halle Abadi’s new single “Salvador,” is composed and produced by Christopher ‘C-Ray’ Roberts. It is also top-lined by Miranda Glory, Natania Lalwani, and Halle Abadi herself. The lyrics are crafted for those who relate to it because they’ve once had a ‘Salvador’ in their lives.