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Nello Luchi Release Welcome EP

Nello Luchi [Brooklyn, NY, USA] is gearing up to drop her fourth studio project entitled Welcome EP: The Audio Movie Pt. 1. This new release features production from mainstay collaborators Swish Allnet [aka Phoenix Says], K’riem Scott, & Bonafide Beatz.

#WelcomeEP features the previously released tracks “Black Timbs”, “My Side”, & the title track “Welcome” which have all received critical acclaim from both domestic & international media outlets. With this new project, Nello continues to stand out with her distinct sound & style. She leaves NO room for comparisons to any of her peers.

“3Am” [Prod. by Swish Allnet] once again exhibits the eerie production style of Swish Allnet. Nello gets in full braggadocio mode as she shows us why she knows it’s her time. Swish’s production is amazing, as the beat switches up five times through out the duration of the track.

“I Remember” [Prod. by K’riem Scott] is an historical account of memories for Nello that molded her to be the person and more importantly the artist she is today. The song opens up with Nello reminiscing about BIG’s funeral procession down his infamous St. James Place. Nello also drops a reference about Nas’ ventures to her Bed-Stuy block to cop weed. “Dreams” ft. Michael Armstead [Prod. by Bonafide Beatz] samples Mobb Deep’s classic “Give Up The Goods”. The track is an audio affirmation of Nello’s aspirations to see her and the people in her circle win.

With an upcoming European tour in September, Nello continues to build her growing fan base here in the US & abroad. She thrives on releasing personal music that both showcase her talent and eclectic taste in sound. #WelcomeEP truly shows her growth as an artist.

STREAM “WELCOME EP”  HERE

 „ My Side”  LIVE IN BROOKLYN

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