Hayku Kyah takes a “Swan Dive” into the complexities of her life on new single


With the universe to guide her, Australian artist Hayku Kyah boldly challenges the ways of life. She is known for incorporating thought-provoking lyrics into her songs and adapting her voice to rhythms and beats that engage and entice, blurring the lines between what is ordinary and what is extraordinary. This technique has already worked well for her, as she has found radio play on stations like triple J and 2SER, earned support through publications like Half Moon BK, and has been hailed as “the new vanguard of rap.” While we can attribute this to her undeniable skills, we can also assume that the timing of her releases has something to do with her momentum. Hayku has started to release music according to the phases of the moon, utilizing its powerful natural forces for good. Drawing on the powers of the full moon this weekend, Hayku gives us her latest single “Swan Dive.”

On “Swan Dive,” Hayku comes across as both confident and vulnerable. She lets her ego talk on half the track, dropping lines like, “All these snakes do what I say” and “I am next in line for the garland / The new standard.” Meanwhile, she weaves in and out of this so swiftly, showing that with every bout of confidence comes a new fear. She admits, “I still don’t know if I can be you” and “The perps that sin / They let me down / I let them in again / Let the serpents win.” You can swan dive into the single below.

“Swan Dive” comes from Hayku’s new EP, I Thought You Should Hear It From Me. The release date is TBA, but its tracks will contain the same characteristics heard in “Swan Dive.” We are guaranteed to get colorful beats, detailed lyrics, and Hayku’s masterful flow, making it a genre-bending work of art.

You can listen to “Swan Dive” on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.

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