Singer, Ayra Starr, has expressed her opinion that female performers are not held to the same standards as their male colleagues. In a recent interview with Saturday Beats, the "Rush" crooner talked about how grateful she is for the senior female artists who have paved the way for up-and-coming female singers like herself. However, she also highlighted the fact that female performers are scrutinized more than their male counterparts and that they are not held to the same standards as male artists.
Ayra Starr also spoke about her recently released hit single, "Sability," which has been receiving positive reviews from her fans. She shared that she wanted people to feel good and be happy while listening to the song. She also mentioned that she wanted to put out a song that would make people remember the times in their lives when they had no worries, and that was how she arrived at "Sability."
In response to those who do not fancy the song, Ayra Starr urged them to listen to the song with an open mind. She said, "They really just have to take the time to listen to the song well. It's a happy song, and I hope they are happy when they listen to it." She also added that she is never under pressure to release hit songs and that she just wants to make songs that make sense to her and her fans.