Wendy Shay’s new single, “Heat,” has received a lot of positive feedback. Since its release, the song has had a lot of people jamming to it wherever it’s played.
The song includes Shay Gang, the fandom group, and adds a drill aspect to it, making it more Kumerican.
Many people have applauded the spectacular singer for her new release, while a few have condemned it, labeling it a political song.
Many believe the song was inspired by the country’s present bad situation and is meant to attack the current administration for its dismal performance since the 2020 election.
As a result, they have requested that the song be banned by the government.
The songwriter and singer claimed her song “Heat” is not a political song in an interview with Tony Best on Kwantenpon Drive on Friday, October 15.
“I was inspired to write the song by my Shay Gang.” They were the source of my motivation. My Shay Gang inspired me to write the song, which was never meant to attack any regime.”