Wafia shares new single ‘I’m Good’; announces ’I’m Good World Tour’

August 9 2018

Brisbane-based artist WAFIA returns with her infectiously unapologetic new single, ‘I’m Good’. The track was co-written by Wrabel (Ellie Goulding, Adam Lambert) and produced by Grammy nominated writer John Hill (Portugal. the Man, Foster The People) and Roget Chahayed. Listen HERE.

Wafia says of the song, “I’m Good is an attempt at writing a self-fulfilling prophecy. At the time I could foresee heartbreak that I was going to have to work through and I wanted to write the song that I’d want to hear at the end of it all. There was this running joke between myself and Wrabel that we’d love to write a song with the word ‘loser’ in it and the song came together very quickly after that.”

The release of ‘I’m Good’ comes in the midst of Wafia’s biggest year yet. Noted as one of Billboard’s Dance’s Ones To Watch, the bold singer-songwriter of Iraqi-Syrian descent recently made waves lending her angelic vocals to Louis the Child’s smash hit summer jam ‘Better Not’ and singles last year, “‘Only Love’, ‘Bodies’, ‘83 Days’ off her celebrated VIII EP. ‘Better Not’ has accumulated over 65 millions of online streams, peaking at #8 on the US Viral Chart, #14 on the Global Viral Chart, #116 on the Global Top 200 and is currently sitting at #15 at Dance radio. Wafia joined also the duo to perform the song during their sets at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado.

Amidst working on her next release on Future Classic, Wafia will take on her I’m Good World Tour, beginning in Australia this October. See dates and details below.

‘I’m Good’ is out now via Future Classic, buy/stream it here.


Oct 5 – Howler, Melbourne
Oct 6 – Wooly Mammoth, Brisbane
Oct 12 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Oct 18 – Mojo’s, Fremantle
Oct 19 – Sewing Room, Perth
Oct 20 – Jive, Adelaide
Nov 6 –  The Pickle Factory, London, UK
Nov 8 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Nov 9 – Le Pop-up du Label, Paris, France
Nov 19 – Mercury Lounge, New York, NY ~
Nov 20 – Elsewhere, Brooklyn, NY ~
Nov 22 – The Garrison, Toronto, ON ~
Nov 23 – Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL *
Nov 24 – Myth, St Paul, MI *
Nov 25 – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO ~
Nov 27 – Knitting Factory, Boise, ID *
Nov 28 – McDonald Theater, Eugene, OR *
Nov 29  – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR *
Nov 30  – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR *
Dec 1  – WaMu, Seattle, WA *
Dec 2 – Wise Hall, Vancouver, BC ~
Dec 4 – Holy Diver, Sacramento, CA ~
Dec 6 – Bill Graham Civic Theater, San Francisco, CA *
Dec 7 – Shrine Expo Hall, Los Angeles, CA *
Dec 8 – Shrine Expo Hall, Los Angeles, CA *
Dec 9 – Casbah, San Diego, CA *

* Louis The Child support
~ Headline

Tickets at wafiamusic.com


“…she’s the real deal.”

“Depth matched with universal appeal makes Wafia as a big thing brewing.”
Billboard (Dance Ones To Watch)

“It’s built around a pulsing beat and shimmery instrumentation that, together, sound like a moment of self-confident clarity.”
The Fader

“Wafia just can’t seem to put a foot wrong at the moment”
Best Before

“Within Wafia’s incredibly powerful vocals is an unwavering sense of strength in the face of adversity.”

“Wafia’s sound is transforming right before our eyes.”
Hilly Dilly

“Wafia continues to put out some of the most powerful and impactful electronic music in Australia at the moment.”

“Wafia is set for big big things.”
Purple Sneakers

“Politically aware and sonically understood, Wafia is forward thinking and a songwriter with deserved pride.”
Tmrw Mag