Dance Pop Singer Songwriter LX To Release Video "Blame On Me" Produced By LX And Grammy Nominated Producer Rodney Alejandro The Video Is Scheduled For Release July 19th
[Jul 8, 2019]
LAS VEGAS NV: With the tag "Did I Mention I Was Amazing" on her Instagram page, pop singer songwriter LX is poised to reach new heights with her latest single "Blame On Me" showing her inner strength to move onward and upward after a decision not to stay in a bad relationship. The single, which was recently released June 28th, will be further promoted as a video to show a powerful message and performance.
"My 'Blame On Me' video showcased my reflection" states LX. "There’s several shots that focus on mirrors. I wanted to reflect on my own self confidence & show girls they can walk away from a toxic situation while having a little fun!"
"Blame On Me" is a follow up to the single "One Regret (feat. Baby Jay)" which is a fan favorite on YouTube having reached close to 1 million views and climbing. Other previous successful singles include "Go All In" (reaching the Billboard Pop Indicator Top 40), “Stupid For You” (“Most Added Track at Radio” having spent 22 weeks on the FMQB A/C Top 40 charts peaking at Number 9), and "Bringing Me Back To You" (a hit on European Radio)
Pronounced (LEX) LX has performed with such artists as Raven-Symoné has shared the stage with a diverse array of artists which include The Wanted, Karmin, Cody Simpson, Charice, and Mindless Behavior. LX has worked with such respected collaborators as Grammy-winning artist Jamie Jones (All For One), songwriter Sarah DeCourcy (Kylie Minogue, LittleMix), Ben Sargeant (The Script), Richard Furch (Chrisette Michele, Prince) and Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Rodney Alejandro who she works with to this day. She has also performed on television for a variety of events which include The Latin Grammy Awards, the NBC/Telemundo Christmas Special singing backgrounds for Alejandra Guzman, and an appearance on Good Morning America. Charitable events include being an ambassador for The Children's Miracle Network, and the UFC's "Fight Holiday Hunger."
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