New York-based singer-songwriter Dominique has today unveiled her latest single ‘Receipts’, which is a confident and catchy indie-pop track that flows with empowerment and a funky bass beat.
Raised in Florida, Dominique moved to New York at 18 where her passion for music soon caught up with her. Having released her debut self-titled EP in 2016, she’s been making waves with singles featuring on Spotify’s most-popular playlists, BBC Radio 1, Entertainment Weekly and many other outlets.
Following from recent single ‘Use Me’, which peaked at #3 on Hype Machine and received praise from NME, ‘Receipts’ is a bold anthem about standing your ground and not letting anyone walk all over you.
More specifically, Dominique told QWEERIST that the track was all about “someone asking you for a second chance and trying to convince you that they’ll treat you right, but you’ve kept a record of everything they’ve done in the past and you won’t fall for their manipulation tactics again.”
The indie-pop track was written alongside two fellow NYC women, MDA and EJAE, the latter of whom is signed to South Korea’s SM Entertainment and offered additional production for the track. Dominique said that “working on the record with my songwriter friends MDA and EJAE was such an uplifting experience and I’m so happy with what these two talented women contributed to the track. To top it off, my dad played bass on each chorus in the song, and I got to record him myself when I visited my hometown last month.”
‘Receipts’ serves as the first teaser for Dominique’s forthcoming EP, which will hopefully be released very soon!