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BRIDGE Returns With Smooth Pop R&B Offering ‘Secrets’

Working tirelessly to craft a synthesis of dreamy soundscapes and alternative R&B, California native BRIDGE is back with his latest single, ‘Secrets’. After unveiling a string of independent releases in 2018, BRIDGE wastes no time continuing to fuel his fans with this new and smooth R&B offering – out now via EMPIRE.


‘Secrets’ finds BRIDGE obsessed with the secrets that surround him, “Secrets, I know you keep them too well”, he expresses on the hook. Groove infused beats accentuate BRIDGE’s unruffled vocal range, evoking a sound that mirrors the track’s pure emotion. Electric guitar riffs cohesively blend with a pumping bassline topped with BRIDGE’s silky vocals to form the ultimate alternative R&B single.


Yoni Laham alias BRIDGE, made his way onto the scene after a collaboration with Interscope Records artist ScHoolboy Q “R.M.W.” in 2014. The collaboration generated upwards of 3,000,000,000 streams across all DSPs. Following a brief hiatus to perfect his craft, BRIDGE re-emerged in 2017 with a string of singles that led up to the release of his debut album, Wreck [Warner]– a smooth cocktail of introspective, vulnerable, and atmospheric cuts. The LP amassed over 4,500,000 streams across all digital streaming platforms since its release.

Yoni Laham will continue to bridge the gaps between an array of genres while allowing the emotional elements poured into the foundation of his tracks envelop the ears of listeners near and far.

Keep up to date with all things BRIDGE by following his socials for news about upcoming releases, tour dates and more.






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