Lolah Brown ft. Bravo - Movin’ On

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
James Jones
Album:
Black Lily

On Movin’ On, a stand out selection from her latest album release, Cleveland songstress Lolah Brown poignantly announces on her second DJBooth feature that she isn’t one to mess with. While producer James Jones’ bouncy, kick-drum driven production may seem to be a marker of a light, lovey-dovey tune don’t be fooled. Lolah sets the tone for Movin’ On with a catchy hook, belting out, “I’m movin’ on. The love is gone/ Cause life goes on I won’t be needing you oh.” Rounding out the effort is a love-centered verse from guest artist Bravo, who adds a bit of a hip-hop edge to the record. Movin’ On can be found on Lolah’s Black Lily album, which was released for free download on Okayplayer last month.

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