Lyrica Anderson is having a “Bad Hair Day” on her latest album
The latest music collection is driven by the singles “Marriott” and “Act A Fool.”
A week ago observed Lyrica Anderson make a major come back with her fourth studio LP Bad Hair Day, which sees 11 tracks and music production from Altariq Crapps, Ayo and Keyz, 88 Fingerz, and — obviously — her better half, Floyd “A1” Bentley. The venture was driven by the singles “Marriott” and “Act A Fool,” the last of which sees her adhering to a meaningful boundary in the sand with her life partner concerning loyalty:
“So if you wanna act a fool, baby I can act up too, heard you out here breaking rules, playing games I can’t lose…/”
The connecting visual for “Act A Fool” shows Lyrica catching some terrible conduct in her loved one’s cellphone, driving her to assume control over issues by causing disarray at his job. There is no wrath known to man as a black woman pissed off in 2020.
Through an official statement, Lyrica Anderson clarified the importance behind the collection:
“This album is extremely personal to me for a handful of reasons. For one, it signifies the first time I took full control over my sound as well as my story. This time around I’m willing to share my truth and vulnerability with THE WORLD!!! ‘Bad Hair Day’ is an idiom that things aren’t always perfect in life, especially in relationships. Life is just like hair; you have good hair days and bad ones.”
Bad Hair Day follows the past full-length LPs Hello, Adia, and Strength, which were delivered in 2015, 2017, and 2018, separately. Moreover, she’s a profoundly pursued lyricist, having contributed her pen to melodies by Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Tinashe, Jason Derulo, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Outside of the music, numerous likewise know about Lyrica as a principle cast part on the well-known arrangement “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood.”
Press play on Bad Hair Day — and, on the off chance that you missed it, the visual for “Act A Fool” — underneath.