The singer and performer of modern soul and RnB known as Lana Fame has released her latest pop single, “Simon Says.” The track has been proudly published as an independent release without the direction of the corporate music industry. Classy, sultry, and showcasing the crystalline vocals of Lana Fame like never before, “Simon Says” is the latest reason to take note of this rising star from Texas.
Houston’s Lana Fame cites as main artistic influences the Weeknd, Beyonce, and Drake. Her inimitable style blends lofty, youthful vocal tones with contemporary digital effects and a bass-driven sonic backdrop for a result suitable for dance floors, ear buds and urban chariots everywhere.
While the music should fit any pair of ears, don’t miss the ‘explicit lyrics’ tag on the cover, however. “Simon Says” does not describe schoolyard games at recess.
Asked to talk about the themes of her new track, Lana Fame writes, “It’s about the perceived submissive partner taking ownership in the bedroom sometimes. Sex should not be seen as something that’s ‘done’ to a person. It’s for the enjoyment of both / all participants.”
Lana Fame has been writing original music since the age of 12. Now just a few years later, Fame’s official YouTube channel has over 30,000 subscribers and nearly three-million views, making her one of the most-watched independent singers on the Internet, more successful than a great many musicians signed to labels. Fame has performed on over 150 stages, including those benefiting charitable causes such as the American Lung Association’s Fight for Air Climb, Tunes 4 Autism, Fashion for the Cure, and the 2013 Boys and Girls Teen Summit.
Fame’s video covers of Drake’s “Hold on We’re Going Home” and Ciara’s “Body Party” were published on Houston’s 97.9fm, the Box’s, website. Her feature on rapper Mekka Don’s “Forever Love” helped to land the song and video at many top websites, such as TheSource.com and AllHipHop.com. Her first official release, 2013’s “Uzi,” reached AllHipHop.com as well as Jay-Z’s Life + Times blog.
Commenting on her creative style, Lana Fame says simply, “I do me.”
“Simon Says” by Lana Fame is available online worldwide from over 600 quality digital music stores now.
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