Aya Nakamura drops the freestyle “Hyper” which is creating a buzz

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She spoiled us with “Baby” in January 2023 and she does it again in 2024 with an excellent freestyle. Aya Nakamura is starting the year with great fanfare.

Guest of the DVM Show, the freestyle show broadcast on Twitch, Aya Nakamura made us forget the polar temperatures in the studio with a song that smells like summer. After the passage of Favé, Leto or even Guy2Bezbar and Kaaris, the one that fans nickname “the queen of France” gave everything and the Web loves it.

During the show, artists from the urban scene are invited to perform some titles from their repertoire. Aya Nakamura was no exception to the rule and performed “Chérie”, “Doudou”, “Baby” and even “Dégaine”. But the singer was not alone that evening, in the studio, a few emerging artists had the opportunity to make themselves known to a wider audience: Rocket, Samy Lrzo, RnBoi and Biglala took turns at the microphone before the moment that changed everything.

Aya Nakamura sets fire with “Hyper”

With almost two hours of broadcast, during which performances, interviews and other surprises followed, Aya took her place behind the microphone with an exclusive piece. “Hyper” is the freestyle that she decided to share exclusively with the 230,000 spectators gathered live. And the least we can say is that like the singer’s look, it hit the mark with the public with its zouk tunes.

With its Afro-Caribbean melody and its haunting chorus, Aya Nakamura has once again managed to produce honey for the ears. On social networks, the success is such that many fans are demanding the release of the title on the platforms. In the meantime, you’ll have to listen to the DVM Show again and again.


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