Up-and-coming artist LIVVIA—who is currently completing her degree in Economics at University of California, Berkeley—delivers her new Quavo-assisted single "Catch a Body," and it has the right vibe for a night out on the scene.
She says the genesis of the record came during a session with producers Rock Mafia, and they cooked it up from there. “I was in the studio with Rock Mafia starting a new track and the phrase 'catch a body' happened to come up in one of the improv vocal takes, so we built on that idea and used phrases like “if looks could kill” and “you look so good it’s killing me” to play on the meaning of 'Catch a Body' and tell a story about uncontrollable and sometimes destructive attraction."
"The fact that Quavo was inspired to jump on this track was a dream,” she adds. “The first time I heard his feature through the speakers I thought, ‘This is amazing.’ He totally bodied the song.”
Check out "Catch a Body" below along with the accompanying video and grab the single on iTunes/Apple Music. LIVVIA's upcoming EP, produced by Rock Mafia, will be out soon.