A good mix of country and pop music make up this week’s review roundup!
Rising singer-songwriter Lexi Lew has no regrets from a passionate former relationship on new single, “Fireworks and Flames.” Lew has a clear, refreshing tone tinged with classic country twang. Driven by an electric guitar riff, the upbeat single finds Lew reminiscing on an intoxicating lover. A seasoned performer on Nashville’s lower Broadway, Lew has a unique and defined sound that sets her apart from the status quo.
Listen to “Fireworks and Flames’” below.
daddi – “Laced”
Pop artist daddi is looking to explore the chemical makeup of her lover on “Laced.” But the seductive appearance of her suitor may not be all its cracked up to be. The authentic singer-songwriter delivers the lyrics with a sensual swagger on top of a catchy track. Effortlessly flipping into her falsetto, daddi certainly has legitimate vocal chops that are subtle and subdued.
Billy Lockett – “Freaking Out”
One of our favorite rising artists, Billy Lockett releases another impressive track with “Freaking Out.” The UK born and bred artist can’t get out of his head on the new track as he wonders what his partner is up to. Lockett longs for companionship and connection with his significant other but instead is left to imagine the worst. With more than 600,000 monthly Spotify listeners Lockett is well on his way to making a huge mark in the pop world.
Listen to “Freaking Out” below.
Tarrah – “Used to It”
Country music newcomer Tarrah has cemented herself as one to watch on the crowded Nashville scene. On “Used to It,” Tarrah wrestles with living in the moment vs. getting her heart broken. The singer-songwriter’s ability to pen commercial tracks is undeniable. Coupled with modern country production and Tarrah’s clear and rich tone, there is no stopping this rising artist.
Listen to “Used to It” below.
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