“I’ve prepared my whole life for this,” she said with a heart pounding at a cool pace, “I’ve always wanted to represent the Philippines to the world ever since I started playing and competing. I can’t wait for this moment to come and the universe to give me this opportunity. Last Friday, Lesha’s latest single, actually a track from her debut album Sun Moon Rising, was released in all its electropop glory. It’s called Twin Flames, and listening to it puts you in another place, probably in a beautiful, far-off land, as evidenced by his collaboration with Lewis Maxwell from the UK and Bahrain-based music producer Ghauri. The surprising section of the song appears in its pre-chorus which reads, “Our connection is so magnetic and I feel it / It’s the way we move / We push and pull and I can’t help but think about the way we set the mood. ” Let Lewis, her songwriting collaborator, describe how Lesha connects with someone in a different time zone.
“The first three hours of the call,” he recalls, “me and Lesha talked about pretty much everything. It seems like we are so far apart but when in fact we are not. We just wrote together and then it turned out like we didn’t really have to try too hard. As you would expect from a successful YouTuber who has won international and local music-related competitions, Lesha has been productive amid the pandemic, having released seven songs since the world lockdown. Last August, the release of the cute pop title song, in which she sexily asks for someone’s name, number and sign, made her unstoppable as she releases content from album one. by one virtually every month. To underline her growing reputation abroad, she joined the prestigious UK music distribution company AWAL. It is said that “not all artists can be accepted because AWAL only selects artists with notable trajectories and milestones”. She recalls: “I went through an application process and after five days I received an acceptance email from the team! She added, “AWAL empowers independent artists by giving them full control and ownership of their work. The thrill lingers in the air until all of the songs included on her album, which really showcases her ability as a producer-songwriter, are dropped in digital stores.
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