Nemahsis' “i wanna be your right hand” Proves Her Unmatched Pop Potential


Nemahsis' “i wanna be your right hand” was born to be featured in an early 2000s indie film, screaming 500 Days of Summer with every bit of its infectious candidness.

Canadian-Palestinian pop visionary, Nemahsis is set to rock the pop scene with her smart new single. Joined by a jaunty music video, she’s schemed a vibrant sequel to her previous releases. While her discography thus far has been softer and pensive, “i wanna be your right hand” introduces a daring but still contemplative sound.

There's a witty relationship between the desperation that Nemahsis’ voice drips with in this performance and the cheeky casualness of the track. This playful dichotomy speaks to the budding artist’s ever-growing creativity. She decorates the grunge-y, Smashing Pumpkins-adjacent guitar with bubbly pop synths, while faraway background vocals buzz like a laugh from another room. It’s the domestic familiarity of these subtle sonic additions that is so unique, making “i wanna be your right hand” feel like it has been your favorite song for years even on the first listen.

The music video, directed by Norman Wong and Amy Gardner, bolsters the quirky spirit of Nemahsis’ new tune. The artist is led by her own mischievous right hand through a hotel kitchen, a whimsical nod to the acts-of-service theme of the song’s lyrics. She explores “i wanna be your right hand” through a spunky dance, introducing listeners to another level of gutsiness that this single unveils.

Unexpectedly bold and laced with quirky nuances, “i wanna be your right hand” turns an exciting new corner for Nemahsis.

Watch the “i wanna be your right hand” video below:


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