Rising Detroit Vocalist LX Releases First Solo Single
Following a series of high-profile collaborations over the past few years, upcoming Detroit-based singer LX has officially released her first solo single titled “Automatic.” This thunderous new tune showcases this rising star’s powerful vocal range and evocative style. The addicting track combines adrenaline-filled rhythmic sections with uplifting melodic salvos that culminate with hard-hitting instrumentals. The type of track that you need to have on repeat all day, “Automatic” is quite the debut banger for LX.
Lovers of future bass and trap are sure to enjoy the innate angst and upbeat energy that “Automatic” provides. Perfect for all settings, whether it be in the car, at the club, or even just at home with headphones on, “Automatic” is a track that will seep into your subconscious and have you humming the melody all day and night. The stunning vocals of LX effortlessly glide over the instrumental with ease throughout the three-minute anthem, pulling the listener deeper in with a balanced mixture of euphoric moments, heavy drops, and powerful lyrics.
“The song was inspired largely by cars,” says LX. “My dad is a car fanatic and growing up I attended many car shows and races. When I wrote this record, it was after a day I spent trying to learn how to drive a stick shift. When you find someone you are physically and emotionally compatible with, everything seems to just fall into place – similar to how an automatic gear shifts while you are driving.”
Originally getting her start as a guest vocalist, LX quickly gained attention with two songs released on the legendary electronic label Spinnin’ Records. This included “Bring The Rain” by Candyland, which charted at #1 on the Beatport dubstep releases. She was also featured on “Gold Rush” by Diamond Pistols, which premiered on an official Spotify playlist by the one and only Martin Garrix.