It’s been a while since we heard new music from Lauriana Mae but it looks like she’s easing out of her hiatus. The indie singer and …
New Jersey singer-songwriter Lauriana Mae links up with producer Jack Splash for a new track titled “LOL,” featuring Chicago female rapper Dreezy. Over throwback production featuring lush strings and a mid-tempo disco groove, Lauriana laughs in the faces of those who did her wrong.
Lauriana briefly chatted with Singersroom about the EP, the upcoming album, being able to shine despite insecurities, her thoughts on the recent attention regarding police brutality, and more.
New Jersey songstress/Atlantic Record signee Lauriana Mae has released a new EP called City Of Diamonds, a follow up to 2011âs Love Mae EP. The short set is five tracks of solid writing, vocals, and production.
Lauriana Mae pops back into our headphones with rapper Mazon on “Fly Away.”
Soulful singer Lauriana Mae teams with popular production team Rock Mafia for the alternative-infused tune “The Good Life.”
Lauriana Mae is all about the Benjamins in the music video for her single “Money Mae.”
Lauriana Mae samples Sly & the Family Stones’s 1969 hit ‘Everyday People’ or you may remember the rendition of Arrested Development’s People Everyday.
Lauriana Mae, a Singersroom Artist Watch selection, declares Mae (May) her month, dropping the melodic Molotov cocktail “Suicide Bomb.” The instrumental arrangement by producer Kwame heighten Mae’s deranged timbre, as she croons about being pushed to the limits.
SOBâs has notorious been a venue in New York City that has showcased some of the most promising talents to grace the stage. The Lauriana Mae show featuring acts such as Ronnie James and Lance Drummonds was nothing different. Mae kicked off the show w