Ayra Starr documents peer pressure in new video for 'DITR'

On a review for her EP, Pulse Nigeria noted that 'DITR' was the best song.

Ayra Starr documents peer pressure in new video for 'DITR.' (MAVIN)

Details/Takeaway: 'DITR' stands for 'Diamond In The Rough.'

On a review for her EP, Pulse Nigeria noted that 'DITR' was the best song.

The review explains ‘DITR’ as "a coming-of-age song which mimics a CW drama from the 2000s. It documents the wrong exposure of young people with a gender balance. Due to peer pressure and mental health issues, they start drinking and smoking excessively. The girl becomes a runs girl while the boy becomes a gun-toting gangster.

"Despite the problems, Starr wants the their parents to retain love. She sings, “Your child is changing, she started drinking, she’s doing drugs now to end these feelings… She’s still your baby, nothing has changed, she’s only aging…”"

Artist: Ayra Starr

Song Title: DITR

Genre: R&B

Date of release: April 28, 2021

Video Director: Afolabi Olalekan for Savant Collective

Producer: TBD

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