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Soulful R&B pop artist ALEXIS LYNN just released her new single "Things Get Good." The reggae-infused burner, out April 5, is available now on all digital platforms: .
"We all know what it's like when the people around you don't clap when you win, or only show up when you're on top...'Things Get Good' is for those people," ALEXIS shares about the song. "I used to get bullied to varying degrees throughout school and I started to notice as I became more confident in myself, made new friends, or gained new opportunities, the same people that picked on me were now the ones trying to play nice - because suddenly I had something they wanted. Right when things got good, they came crawling out of the woodwork!
"I wanted to release 'Things Get Good' because it's still so relevant in my life right now and I know there are so many others who share similar experiences. I think it's important to recognize that you're good on your own and you don't need people who don't have pure intentions at heart!"
"Things Get Good" is the latest in a series of singles that will lead up to the release of ALEXIS' debut EP. Earlier this year, she released the powerfully defiant anthem "Not This Time," as well as a corresponding music video; watch the video on YouTube here .
The 20-year old Canadian singer-songwriter, recognized in the "Top 100" of CBC Music's 2019 Searchlight competition, displays a maturity well beyond her years. Her songs tell her story of where it all began and where she is today: strong, confident, self-aware and ready to come into her own. Her music is deeply personal, exploring topics of love, lust, vulnerability, overcoming obstacles, self-awareness, and power with a polished, and inimitable sound.
ALEXIS ' love of music began as far back as she can remember. Some of her earliest and fondest memories date back to listening to music with her family, singing along to the car radio, and a father who loved to play guitar. So, it wasn't much of a surprise to her parents when she decided she wanted to be a singer at the age of 9. As she got older, ALEXIS dove deep into the music of Amy Winehouse, Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys, influences that can be heard in her modern pop/R&B sound.
Cover for "Things Get Good"
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