Dubstep-turned-pop artist Luci drops the final single, “y am i not okay,’ from her upcoming debut album, slated to drop via Create Music next month.
Opening up about the track, Luci shares, “Going through a breakup is hard. But going through a blind-sided breakup is even harder. I was so in love with this girl and one day out of the blue, she told me that she didn’t want to be in a relationship anymore and found someone else. My heart was broken into little pieces, and I didn’t understand why I wasn’t ok while she seemed to be doing the best she’s ever been, so I wrote the song.”
The song’s poignant lyrics reveal the heartache.
“I don’t know where it went wrong, but you keep telling me that your love is gone / Thought maybe it was a phase, but you just kept pushing me away.”
After the release of her last single “girlfriend” at the end of February, Luci is on a sentimental streak and hopes to appeal to listeners potentially experiencing some of the same things in the realm of relationships – mentioning on her Instagram that “it’s break-up szn.”
Luci threw a funeral for her previous relationships – complete with a coffin piñata, themed drinks, and house décor.
Lucii arrived on the electronic music scene as a producer, immediately attracting attention with her innovative sound, along with collaborating with Adventure Club, Riot Ten, Dion Dimmer, and Champagne Drip.
In 2020, she dropped her debut EP, Wicked, via WAKAAN, kicking down the door by being the first female artist on the label. Singles like “Just A Dream” and “Me and You” collected millions of Spotify streams.
“y am i not okay” travels on soft, shimmering tones topped by Luci’s alluring vocals, imbuing the lyrics with the ache of lost love. Percolating leitmotifs and a finessed, catchy rhythm give the harmonics an uncertain feeling, reflecting the profound emotion of Luci’s evocative voice.
Luci has it going on! With “y am i not okay,” she reveals intimate vulnerability and the delicate fragility of her emotions.
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