Dana Williams - “Let Me” press photo

Dana Williams releases an appealing music video for her “Let Me” single

Dana Williams is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Let Me” single.

Dana Williams – “Let Me” music video

“I never say what’s on my mind. I know that I’ve been wasting time. And I know you’re gonna be fine without me. I’ll leave on a dime. And I don’t need you to save me. I’m not hurt, I’m not a baby. Are you gonna let me down? I like the way you sound and having you around. But are you gonna let me down?” – lyrics

‘Let Me’ is about the range of feelings that come with a new relationship, from excitement to anxiety, certainty to doubt. “Are you gonna let me down,” Dana Williams sings, simultaneously questioning and pleading in a way only her signature gut-punch vocals can. Furthermore, “Let Me” follows on the heels of Williams’s summer romantic tune, entitled, “No Doubt.”

“I don’t need you to save me, I just wanna be your baby.”

Dana Williams - “Let Me” press photo

“‘Let Me’ is a flirtatious song about the fear and excitement that uncertain feelings at the beginning of a relationship can induce. The anxious inner monologue, contemplating about what the future holds.” – Dana Williams explained

Dana Williams grew up in L.A. and New York. She first began experimenting with songwriting in middle school, often in collaboration with her father—the late David Williams, a rhythm guitarist. He performed on such iconic songs as Madonna’s Like A Prayer, Stevie Nicks’s Stand Back, and Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean. Not too long ago, Williams appeared as a featured artist alongside Aminé on Rejjie Snow’s “Egyptian Luvr” single. To date, the song has garnered over 35 million streams online via Spotify.

“Let Me” single

Dana Williams - “Let Me” song cover art

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