Leila Pari and NEZZY Team Up for Dark Electro-Pop Track, "Don't Want to Become You"
Pari performed this song live during her opening set for Coldplay last year.
Multi-talented artist Leila Pari has quite the portfolio on and off the stage.
At a young age, Pari caught the eye of Forbes for her success in building a social media presence. She’s has been a model for Adidas and a TEDx speaker, but her talents don’t stop there.
Over the years, the rising pop artist and accomplished songwriter has worked with the likes of Felix Cartel, Tohi and Tahsan Khan, among others. Pari has also had her song “Castle” added to a campaign for an Oscar-nominated film, and more recently she performed the opening set for Coldplay at the Cotton Bowl in 2022.
As a matter of fact, Pari had the opportunity to perform the then-unreleased song, “Don’t Want To Become You,” during that set. Check out a clip below.
Teaming up with French producer and instrumentalist NEZZY, Pari has now delivered the sultry electro-pop track, which is now available on streaming platforms. The lyrics speak to losing sight of yourself and trying to be someone you’re not. With its dark and captivating sound design, the song brings you back to a feeling of peace and freedom.
Take a listen to the new track below and find it on your preferred streaming platform here.
As a self-proclaimed underdog, Leila Pari is on a mission to remind her listeners about the beauty of being human. She says that in 2019, she went from sleeping in her car and being unable to afford rent to writing two albums worth of music and selling out 200-person rooms.
To help inspire others to follow their dreams, Pari has created a series called “Under the Covers.” The upcoming multimedia show will feature Pari and her guests, who will be diving into their unique stories of rising above, taking risks developing a vision and ultimately living a life of intention.
The first season of “Under the Covers” has begun filming and will host guests such as Patrick Schwarzenegger, Mari Llewelyn and Yes Theory.
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