Melanie Iglesias is set to release an honest and audacious new track entitled “L is a B” on December 27th. Wrapping up a decade of success in today’s industry, Melanie offers her fans an introspective look into the rougher side of being a public figure; the side that comes with drama, depression, and physical limitation. Coming back from a forced break as recording artist due to her battle with vocal nodules, Melanie brings us a humanized look into her world of being both an acting and modeling influencer. “L is a B” discusses the ugly that often accompanies fame; a taste of mass praise can change people and not in the way that she suspected. Listen here
“Life is a bitch, love is a game, sometimes people change when they get some fame…”
The lyrics are refreshingly to the point, letting fans into her struggle with those who have turned against her despite close ties and years of collaboration. Her depression having been weaponized against her lends perspective into how unforgiving this business really can be.
“She was a bad bitch, calls herself a savage, she said she loved me just to elevate her status…”
The song starts with a voicemail recording, prompting Melanie to leave her message and her mark. “L is a B” goes on to offer a catchy lyrical Pop structure over gentle R&B notes. Appropriately released in winter, the moody vibe captures anger and acceptance alongside a memorably mellow vibe. Keeping her cool, Melanie deals with the mental strain and pressure that comes with being in the public eye. She is a model, actress, producer and recording artist; the girl does not slow down for drama and “L is a B” proves just that.