Lo Lo Let’s Off Some Steam on ‘Convenient’

Born in Toronto, buzzing indie artist Lo Lo recently released her second single, following the success of her debut which has since racked up over 400K streams on Spotify.Her new tune, “Convenient”, once again shows the young artist to be a relatable voice and a force to be reckoned with in the Pop world.  As many artists do, Lo Lo pulled inspiration for the tune from her life, laying it all on the line while giving listeners a glimpse into her life.  About the inspiration for the track she says, “After my breakup I was feeling pretty low and looking for anything to make myself feel better. I had a lot of wild nights. I connected with someone that finally made me feel better. Not that I needed someone else to feel better, but let’s face it— being alone sometimes sucks. He was a great distraction and we had an awesome time together, but that’s all it was. I was still always thinking about my ex. After the summer when we went our separate ways, I found out one night that he was spreading some lies about me, and making it out to seem like I was so into him. *eye roll* I went home that night and wrote “Convenient” to make myself feel better. I hate when people make you out to be a certain way, when you’re not. I think that happens to a lot of us, and it sucks. I find music a great way to always make sure my side of the story is heard. This song helped me find myself again. It was never about him— he was just convenient at the time.The new release, while touching on a familiar feeling we can all relate to, also showcases Lo Lo’s songwriting skills as well as her knack for making accessible, emotive, energetic bops.  Rich layers of vocals sit on top of a melodic production that interplays perfectly, from the high highs to the low lows.  An undeniable hook, Electronic infused drop littered with slick vocal chops and a fat rounded bass spice up the track to make sure it can work in just about every setting.

His is a jam and I will be keeping this one in my playlists for some time to come.

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