Louise Golbey has undoubtedly dropped her hottest single yet. Filled with passion and sass, ‘Scarlet Woman‘ sits in between the worlds of pop and soul. Proving to us once again that she is a writer and singer that should not go unnoticed.
Never one to do things by halves, Louise Golbey, has given us a glimpse into her fast-approaching Sophmore album ‘Renaissance’. Filled with the dirtiest funk and soul, ‘Scarlet Woman‘ harks back to a sassy TLC belter fused with a neo-soul style groove.
The songs main message about not wanting to be ‘the other woman’ can be summed up in the chorus:
“I feel like a temptress, like a tease, a scarlet woman, but with great unease”
Packing a sexy punch, the song never strays far from its theme. As we strive to distance ourselves from the old stereotypes and draw ever closer to the destination of R.E.S.P.E.C.T, which is an ongoing quest for everyone.
‘Scarlet Woman‘ is the type of quality tune that has seen her gain support from BBC 1XTRA, 6 Music and Radio 2 as well as Jazz FM, Mi-Soul and other major radio stations throughout Europe.
This London based artist might not look like she can tear the roof of a sweaty dancehall or jazz club but after touring and collaborating with countless superstars from London and Europe; from Omar and Ed Sheeran to Roy Avyers, Roberta Flack, Eric Benet and En Vogue.
Louise has enamoured everyone who has heard her music, continuing to establish herself as a respected ambassador of the UK’s soul scene.
Just before the UK went into lockdown Louise managed to reach one of her life’s ambitions. Alongside artists like Level 42, Kool & The Gang and Brand New Heavies, Louise found her name on the line up at London’s 02 Arena as part of the Electric Soul Festival.
Now with her new album fast-approaching, Louise will begin to take things to the next level.
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