The Gifted & Genre Bending Lydia Singer Drops “Watch Me As I Go”



Lydia Singer from the UK is a naturally gifted 17 year old singer/songwriter who delivers stunning vocals and rich lyrics. As if predetermined by her last name, Singer began pursuing music at the age of 9. Also a gifted pianist, Lydia has seen an impressive string of achievements in her career so far. She turns to influences such as Charlie Puth and Ella Eyre for inspiration. Lydia Singer’s range and unique tone has been compared to Ariana Grande, Jessie J and Camila Cabello. Lydia Singer has performed at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Notting Hill Arts Club, Box Park and London Fashion Week. With so much success already, Singer is just getting started.


“Watch Me As I Go” is a brand new single from Lydia Singer. Her first time experimenting within the Urban/R&B genre is off to an incredible start. Lydia’s insatiable tone and vocal range is entrancing. Inspired by the struggles of a break up, the lyrics in “Watch Me As I Go” deliver a solid foundation for a vulnerable theme. Lydia shows emotional depth beyond her years. Supported by a lush, modern production, Lydia shows the ability to cross different genres of music effortlessly. I would compare Lydia’s sound and style to the likes of Dua Lipa or Mabel. Lydia Singer possesses an accomplished and confident vibe that her fans admire. “Watch Me As I Go”  features up and coming rapper El’tee, he takes the genre bending track to another level and compliments Lydia’s energy perfectly. Overall, “Watch Me As I Go” is about prioritizing yourself and your needs before a relationship. This message is important for all of Lydia Singer’s fans to listen to and understand. Stay on the lookout for this explosive and talented artist, Lydia Singer.


Check out “Watch Me As I Go” here and keep scrolling for our exclusive interview with Lydia!



Hi Lydia! Can you tell us about the meaning behind “Watch Me As I Go”? What inspired it?

“Watch Me As I Go” is about putting yourself first, prioritizing yourself over a relationship because either you aren’t getting out what you put in, or you simply just need to focus on yourself for a while. It’s also about emotional strain in a relationship which can only be fixed by time apart to understand what it really is that you want. 


Did you ever take vocal lessons or were you just naturally gifted?

I’ve always loved to sing for as long as I can remember. When I was younger I was obsessed with Disney and would singalong to the songs everyday. I’ve had coaching by various different people growing up but ultimately I would say it’s about doing it a lot and learning as you go.

 

What artists inspire you? Why?

Artists that inspire me are Ariana Grande and Charlie Puth because they’re both insanely talented at what they do, they never limit themselves and continue to be role models for many people. 


What are some challenges you’ve faced in the music industry? How have you overcome them?

A challenge for me that I’ve gotten a lot better at is facing rejection, at the end of the day no matter what you do, not everyone is going to like you or the music you bring out and you’ve just got to remember that as long as you like what you’re doing and have the motivation and drive to keep going with it then no opinion is going to stop you. 


Is this single the start of a new album?

This single is the start of many more things to come, all updates will be on my social media - @lydiasingerhq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.


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