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Lulise Channels Old-School R&B with New Single, “Lovin’ You”

Lulise has released a nostalgia-inducing pop/R&B hit “Lovin’ You.” Through classic R&B chords layered over rhythmic beats and groovy textures, Lulise takes a modern spin on an old-school sound. Her powerful vocals, soulful harmonies, and strong hook, captivate the listener immediately. “Lovin’ You” is now available to download and stream across digital music platforms worldwide.

The lyrics for “Lovin’ You” tell an introspective story that Lulise wants audiences to connect with. “This song is about that feeling you feel when you’re thinking about someone who you used to be in a relationship with. It’s almost impossible to forget how much you love them and how they love to you, even though you know you weren’t meant to be together,” explains Lulise. She not only digs deep into her musical roots, but also her personal feelings about love and life. The heartbreaking feeling of letting go of love is flawlessly conveyed through her honest performance.

Produced by Pretty Sister (Superfruit, Betty Who) “Lovin’ You” is a single that will elicit a series of different emotions while maintaining a danceable beat. The single  is now available to stream and download on digital music platforms worldwide. You can stay updated on Lulise’s journey by visiting Lulise.com, or by following her on social media @iamLulise.

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