Lily Elise – Let Me Down (feat. MADE IN LA)
Bay Arena artist Lily Elise surely has something that makes you think she’s gonna make it in the pop stardom. Her latest EP, Oliver, told the story of a failed relationship and drew a lot of attention on Lily, especially due to the single I Don’t Know Why, with which we introduced her earlier this year. Now the rising popstress, who has already been featured on tracks with Dillon Francis, Twin Shadow, Frenship and was in the first season of The Voice, dropped a new single titled Let Me Down, a pop-meets-R&B track with a production that reminds me a bit of JT’s terrific (well only the first half, the second one wasn’t that good) record The 20/20 Experience.
Speaking on Let me Down, Elise said that it is “about wishing a dude would stop stringing me along and just cut it off. If guys would just let me know when they weren’t feeling it, I wouldn’t have to think about them anymore or wonder what I did wrong and life would be breezy.”
For this song, Lily Elise teamed up with Marlon McClain II and Cassio Lopes, a multi-racial, mixed-genre duo best known as MADE IN LA, with whom she will play a show tomorrow in LA at the Pour Vous. So, if you happen to be in town, be there.
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