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Independent Artist Mike Lee's New Song 'First Love' Sets A Contemporary Tone to the 80s Retro Vibe

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Listen to the lyrical and musical glory of upcoming music artist Mike Lee’s newly released song, ‘First Love’ in creative collaboration with the duo, The Baileys.

Fort Wayne, Indiana Apr 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Upcoming music artist Mike Lee is presenting a sultry scope of fusion expressions through the verses of his exquisite soundscape. He recently collaborated with the indie duo The Baileys for the song ‘First Love‘ which also features in his album, Another Step. The song is part of a project that imbibes the 80s retro wave taking the audience on a journey of remembrance and longing. The vocal harmonies, melodic designing, and production arrangements all complement each other. The lyrics are kept under a compact verse that gives the audience a personalized perspective into its themes.

The artist describes himself as a spiritual pop singer and songwriter who imbibes his influences from a diverse arena of genres and experiences. The song ‘First Love‘ is his take on a Christian music band, Hillsong Young & Free track. Based out of Los Angeles, the artist has been traveling across coasts extensively with his band for over three years. Their journey is getting started with the new exposure as they continue to expand their soundscape with new opportunities and collaborations. His 2015 EP, All I Need was credited the 8th position in a countdown by CCM Magazine. During the writing of the album, his life went through various undulations but that contributed to his creative expressions as well.

Over the years, Mike Lee has written and recorded various songs. Some of his tracks that make his musical legacy stand out include ‘Next2u’, ‘I Belong’, ‘One and Only’, and ‘How Beautiful You Are’. His potential and conviction drive him further to accomplish new feats. Follow him on Spotify and Instagram right away.

Listen to Mike Lee’s ‘First Love’ track on Spotify:


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