You’ve heard of Rita Ora, Dua Lipa, Zara Larsson but have you heard of LIV’n’G? If you haven’t, here is a early Christmas present for you to delve into.
After supporting the likes of Alexander O’Neal, Rebecca Ferguson, Stooshe, Kevin Simm, The Vengaboys (just to name a few) these two talented women are ready to take the charts by storm with their new E.P. Additionally, ’SHADES’ is showing LIV’n’G at their best. When listening to the E.P you realise it is absolutely inevitable that these two ladies are projected to take off.
So… What does it sound like?
With their beats resembling all things house, they’re conquering the current pop market. Their use of Tropical House is very current, but their main single Señorita is a track that would easily make it into the current UK Top 10. Moreover, the standout part of the track señorita is its latin style beat, which uses the stereotypical ‘Dembow’ percussion.
Not to disregarding the other fantastic tracks on the album, LIVn’G ensure that a high quality of songwriting and mixing is done throughout to create a high quality, enticing set of tracks that you won’t want to switch off.
The entire E.P emits the same positive vibe, with an excellent array of instrumentation along the way. The vocals are great, and the song writing is particular interesting due to their ability to produce across several genres. Usually, a band/duo are notorious for sticking to one particular genre, but it is great to finally see pop artist(s) broadening their horizons further, and exploring and using elements of different genres.
When is it released? and what about the future?
As mentioned previously, this duo are in the music game for the long haul, and won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. The E.P arrives on the market this November (16th), and will be sure to hit the ground running, so make sure you hear it before it goes viral (sometime to boast about to your closest mates, if you have any).
So why not take a look at the links below? Have a listen and support this upcoming act.
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