Laura Brizuela press photo

Say Goodbye to Superficial Love with Laura Brizuela’s “Right Cheek” Single

Laura Brizuela (@lauraabrizuela) is an up-and-coming German-Paraguayan singer-songwriter. Not too long ago, she released a lovely lyric visualizer for her stellar new disco-pop single, “Right Cheek,” via Embassy of Music.

Laura Brizuela – “Right Cheek” lyric visualizer

“Inspired by my personal journey of growth, ‘Right Cheek’ celebrates the beauty of embracing one’s true self without the need to conform to others’ expectations. I have wanted to write a song about this topic for a long time, and the creation of ‘Right Cheek’ came rather easily to me.” – Laura Brizuela explained

Having swiped left on the superficial dating scene with her vibey anti-romance single, “EMOJI,” Laura Brizuela speaks her mind on “Right Cheek” while kissing toxic people goodbye under luxurious lights. She describes the single “as an empowering and easy-going anthem that explores the theme of self-acceptance and breaking free from the chains of people-pleasing.”

“Right Cheek” will surely resonate well with supporters of Kylie Minogue, Alison Goldfrapp, and Alexandra John. With a happy heart, Laura Brizuela sings, “You can kiss me on my right cheek if you like me, and if you don’t, that’s also cool with me.” She recalls how “Right Cheek” came together, “I was walking through my apartment and heard Matheo playing around with the accordion in the studio. Suddenly, the chorus melody came to my mind along with the lyrics and I just started singing it.”

“I don’t care if you don’t like me.”

Laura Brizuela press photo

“‘Right Cheek’ beautifully captures the transformation from seeking validation to reveling in self-approval. Through the smooth vocals and catchy melody, the message resonates deeply with audiences, inspiring them to let go of societal expectations and dance to the beat of their own hearts. ‘Right Cheek’ serves as a powerful reminder that embracing individuality and living authentically is the path to true happiness and fulfillment.” – Laura Brizuela explained

Laura Brizuela didn’t pursue music – music pursued her. Growing up in Lemgo, Bielefeld, with Paraguayan parents, Brizuela was 8 years old when she was picked by her teacher to play Mary and sing a solo in a Christmas musical. It was on stage in front of 2000 people where Brizuela had an epiphany: “That’s what I was born for!” Music kept following her through adolescence, and after doing serious soul-searching at a Bible college in California, she finally made a decision to focus on singing and songwriting in 2019.

Two years after meeting her producer, Mateo Diaz, and marrying him, Brizuela put out “Sanguine EP” followed by a steady stream of new tracks. In December 2022, she signed to Embassy of Music.

Laura Brizuela – “Right Cheek” single

Laura Brizuela - “Right Cheek” cover art

We recommend adding Laura Brizuela’s “Right Cheek” single to your favorite disco-pop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, That’s All Folks! Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music and positive entertainment news. Always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E). Contact us on social media via Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook, and let us know what’s going on. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter, support our merchandise, and become a Patron of Bong Mines Entertainment. Disclaimer: This post contains Apple Music affiliate links. We may earn an affiliate commission when you buy through links on our site. That little compensation will be used towards keeping this website up and running.

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