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From the hustle and bustle of Georgia State University to inking a deal with Island Prolific/Atlantic Records, Ayanis is the perfect blend of sweet and sultry vocals alongside trap vibes.

Island Prolific/Atlantic Records recording artist, Ayanis, has officially unveiled her debut EP, DIRECTION. Her EP is now available at all DSPs and streaming services. Download/stream here.

The arrival of DIRECTION is also accompanied by the official companion visual for her latest release, “Wait A Minute” which includes a special guest appearance from Mack Wilds. She joined labelmates Bri Steves, RecoHavoc and K’ron while visiting select Historically Black Colleges and Universities along the east coast. BET helped celebrate the month-long trek and highlighted the rising R&B singer with an exclusive tour diary available for viewing here.

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