Hello everyone! I'm releasing this new retro pop single with corite and I want you guys to be apart of it. The money raised will be used for PR and Production for future releases. I'm so excited to share this new music with you guys!
Lemonade was inspired by the tv series "Stranger Things" the pop song is filled with retro 80s vibes. Produced and mixed by "Jalen Taylor". "Most people like lemonade so creating the love for a drink into music is what I was reaching for on this song. Sharing a lemonade with a friend is great way to listen to this project."
Raised in Westchester County, NY, Jalentaylor represents the next wave of singer and songwriters who successfully combine the past and present to create the future! Influenced by Michael Jackson and Chris Brown, the 19-year-old artist tell stories of his life as a young man who is experiencing love, constant change, and a desire to reach his goals.
Over the last two years, Taylor has been on an uprise that has caught the attention of not only Westchester’s music scene but New York City’s too. His 2019 project, Somewhere in California, was thoroughly enjoyed for its exceptional songwriting and records such as “Ambition” and “False Reality.”
Throughout last year, the New Rochelle, NY native built upon the momentum of Somewhere in California by releasing the Social Distancing EP, which included his standout single “Beauty and the Beast.” When it’s all said and done, there’s a clear difference between Jalentaylor’s work and it’s his versatility.
Even within the worlds of R&B and Pop, you never know what to expect from him, but it’s guaranteed to make you feel, think, or flat-out dance. Now that’s the kind of future you want in music!
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