“Spend It,” the newest song from Persian pop sensation Gia Woods, is finally out now. The sensuous “treat yourself” song that solidifies Woods’ status as a future pop icon. Its flirtatious, bold allure is bolstered by the presence of fellow burgeoning queer artist and music star BAYLI, who joins Gia on the track and brings her raucous and energetic wit.
With a dark and alluring synth hook, “Spend It” explodes into existence. BAYLI delivers a surefire verse that is both astonishingly persistent and wonderfully evil. Then Woods takes over, establishing the song’s identity with her polished pop vocals. Sparkling with surprising depth, “Spend It” is a somber message disguised as a glittering present: if the world is ending, make the most of it.
“The world is ending… indulge in sex, money, and power. We deserve to be spoiled even if it’s by ourselves… Someone’s gotta do it,” Gia Woods says of the track.
“Most of the time in my music I’m singing to or for female-identifying people but my verse is ‘Spend It’ encapsulates my dream of turning out a gay boy,” BAYLI adds. She shares, “I use the word ‘he’ a lot to try and subtly paint the picture that I am singing to a masculine character, who I clearly want to go home with. The verse says: ‘Limits don’t exist when it comes to attraction. I like a challenge and if you a bad b*tch then you’re going to bag ‘em up regardless!'”
Gia released “Lesbionic,” a technicolor combination of flirting and throbbing sensuality, in June in honor of Pride Month. Without fear or pretense, the song transforms sexual desire into pulsating dance music. She initially showed off her talents on “Hello,” the first song from her upcoming Heartbreak County, Vol. 2 EP, set to release later this year. At her current pace, all odds are in favor of Gia Woods taking the genre by storm.