Nothing to Me shows off Nonô's penchant for mixing her influences to create her own sound; UK Garage and 90’s R&B are concisely wrapped up into one punchy pop banger.
“Nothing To Me was inspired by when we receive texts from various boy lixo or girl lixo (lixo means ‘trash’ in Brazilian slang). The song is about moving past these situations and no longer tolerating these behaviours. I wanted the production of the song to have a beat similar to Funk Carioca but mixing it with Electro-Pop elements.” - Nonô
Nonô reveals her laid-back underground sensibilities on her debut single. Recorded in Stockholm, the beat for Bite was inspired by Brazilian samba and funk carioca, creating a pulsing and euphoric beat set against a catchy chorus. For Nonô, the track is reminiscent of something you’d hear in the middle of Luau (beach party) in her home country. It is an exciting taste of what’s to come from the 20-year old singer.
“Bite is about when you finally stop criticising yourself for doing something bad and just kinda embrace it. The lyrics are also analogy to the Adam and Eve story, where my conscience plays the part of the snake”- Nonô