Asal Hazal paints a soulful silhouette together with her lush new single, “Sweetest,” her first providing since final years’ Like Water EP.
“Sweetest” boasts an ethereal vibe because the Jewish-raised, Persian-American Los Angeles native vocally takes right into a releasing area.
Hazel not too long ago spoke out about her struggles within the music trade. “Personally, I’ve had many more experiences with discrimination as a woman than as a brown person,” Hazel says, “this is super literal but it might be because even though I’m olive-toned and have Persian features, I’m pretty fair-skinned compared to other Persians and Middle Easterns. Friends of mine that were any darker than me have had to deal with more prejudice.”