The former 'Victorious' star debuts her 'fun, sassy, upbeat song' on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, 'On Air With Ryan Seacrest'.
Victoria Justice has premiered new single "Gold" on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, "On Air With Ryan Seacrest". Through the fresh and catchy song, Justice tells a story of her and and a boy who try to turn their friendship into a romantic relationship.
"I know you inside out, so I'm asking now/ Take a chance on me/ How much clearer can I be?" she sings. "Hey, boy, watcha gonna do/ If you want me like I want you/ Then man up and make your move/ I'm Gold, Gold/ You, me, good as can be, want to be more than your company/ So bet your money on me/ I'm Gold, Gold."
" 'Gold' is a really fun, sassy, upbeat song," Justice described her new single in an interview on the radio show on Monday, June 17. The 20-year-old Nickelodeon star then added, "It has a great summer vibe. I can't wait to perform it this summer on my tour!"
On Sunday, June 16, Justice revealed that a music video for "Gold" was on the way. She posted a photo of her and actor Colton Haynes on Instagram. The photo came along with a caption that read, "Filming my music video for my 1st single Gold with @ColtonHaynes."
"Gold" will be featured in Justice's forthcoming debut album. "I'm very excited for everyone to hear my own sound and who I am as an artist," she recently told Billboard of her album. "Ive been cultivating it for a while now, and I think it's definitely come time for me to reintroduce myself to people."
After Nickelodeon canceled her show "Victorious" last February, Justice began focusing on her singing career. She continued, "It's great now that I have more free time. It was hard before because I did a movie and my TV show was going, so I couldn't really juggle all of it."