Bay Area native Josh Lambert explores his darker side of music in this new track that bounces between generations. With distinct hi-hats and bass guitar throughout, this song heats up the cold months to follow. In his first self-produced trap song, he exemplifies the money-hungry girl with a carefree attitude. Lambert hopes to inspire listeners to dive into his musicality realms while he explores this boundless journey. “‘Saturday Girl’ explores and exploits the materialistic girl who seems to care more about her belongings and money than anything else,” says Lambert. “Who else in the game is rhyming Klonopin and Moccasins? On a real note, this song shows I can have a simple and catchy chorus with ear catching verses that included rhyme scenes. I’m very particular on my lyrics being thematic and a story to follow.” Inspired by James Bond and the Bay Area, “Saturday Girl,” carries an air of mystery fused with modern-day sentiment that makes it the perfect song to play in a club or in the middle of an action-packed spy film.
Based in Los Angeles, Josh Lambert isn’t inhibited by genre. Pulling inspiration from all aspects of art and entertainment, including Salvador Dali, the self-produced entertainer makes music that often combines the worlds of trap, hip-hop, and alternative, creating a versatile tone that’s objective is to resonate with the listener.