Faith Louise is a 16-year-old singer/songwriter from Essex, England, and an avid tea drinker. A huge Kpop , 90s club music, and pop music fan, she tries to combine her unique perspective on these genres in her upcoming releases. Since September 2020, Faith Louise’s five original singles have received over 100 thousand online streams and over 120 thousand YouTube views on her original music videos, earning her playtime on BBC Introducing, interviews on BBC Radio Essex, artist of the month on multiple online radio stations, and a headline performance at the Camden Assembly. Her newest single, Wanna Feel is a pop-club mix which has a very 2010s vibe going for it.
She has a lovely tone that exudes not only maturity, but also talent and supremacy. It’s rare to come across a young singer with such impeccable technique. The song is upbeat but groovy and will definitely have you dancing in no time.
Faith Louise sings with maturity and has a fantastic voice that seems to get better as the song progresses. The hook leaves you wanting more, and the hints of the vocal autotune effect really push the 2010s club-pop vibe. The production on the track is simple and highlights Faith Louise’s vocals. The repetition in the song is also what makes the song catchy.
Wanna Feel fits right in with all of Faith Louise’s discography of hypnotic and innovative tracks. Wanna Feel is as emotional as it is catchy. “It’s a basic message about focusing your attention on one person rather than playing games with them,” Faith explains. Ashea, a pop producer and mixing engineer, co-wrote and produced “Wanna Feel,” which was recorded at SAFO Music Group in London.
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