Lydia Singer is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from London, England. Not too long ago, she released a vibey remix of her “Tell Me” single featuring Jamaican artist, Connek.
Lydia Singer – “Tell Me (Re-mix)” single featuring Connek
‘Tell Me (Re-mix)’ contains a relatable narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses rhythmic instrumentation flavored with contemporary R&B and dancehall elements. Furthermore, “Tell Me (Re-mix)” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear on Lydia Singer’s forthcoming EP, entitled, “Summer”.
Lydia Singer launched her career at the age of nine, after earning first place at a singing competition. Since then, the charismatic singer has performed at prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott’s and Dame Cleo Laine’s jazz venue, ‘The Stables’. Also, she has collaborated with Charles Foskett and songwriter Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue) on her first single, “Meteor”. Furthermore, Singer has performances on BBC Cambridge Introducing and BBC Three Counties. Plus, she has made TV appearances on SKY’s “Tell Vanessa” and “Britrox” shows.
Not too long ago, Singer shared some exclusive content via TikTok including her “U.K. versus Jamaican accent challenge” with Connek.
It wasn’t too long ago when Lydia Singer released an appealing audiovisual for the original version of her “Tell Me” single. The video gave viewers holiday envy while showcasing Singer’s youthful excitement.
Lydia Singer – “Tell Me” music video
Marking the second release of 2020, “Tell Me” comes off the back of Singer’s Spookzville collaboration, entitled, “Games”. The single embodies the free-spirited and charismatic charm of Lydia, immaculately showcasing her smooth and sweet vocals. Moreover, “Tell Me” reveals that Singer is determined to dazzle listeners as she ascends into a new moment in her music career.
“Tell Me (Re-mix)” single
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