If the name Angelica Bias sounds familiar, it absolutely should. Previously releasing tracks under the duo 630 — with which she creates music with her husband Josh Bias — the beautiful songstress is now here to deliver her own solo track titled “You on You (The Way You Do).”
A perfect post-Valentine’s Day song to play (especially if your man wasn’t acting right), the new track hears the former background vocalist for Lecrae’s “All Things Work Together Tour” delivering incredible runs on top of a predominantly guitar-laced beat. Taking the chorus by storm, the up and coming songstress belts out, “Don’t make me pull a you on you / Don’t make me do the things you do / You wouldn’t like me if I wasn’t true / You wouldn’t like me if I act like you.”
Co-written by herself and her husband Josh, “You on You” tells a story that many face in relationships as well as the consequences that are birthed from it. Easily relatable from the first line of the song, the latest release sets the tone for the Atlanta-native’s upcoming EP. “You on You” serves as the follow-up to last year’s cover of Lauren Daigle’s hit-single “You Say.”
Though she encourages her lover to not get “too comfortable,” feel free to kick back and pour up one while listening to the new song below.