Published on June 18th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
St. Louis Teen Breakout Star Luh Kel Drops New Track ‘Brb’ as Follow Up to Viral Sensation “Wrong”
St. Louis viral star Luh Kel is back with another dope track and lyric visual — “BRB”. For “BRB”, Luh Kel adds his spin on young love, while tapping into his emotional side, putting his girl’s feelings first. The track is sure to be a banger for the summer. The Cinematic Music Group artist is quickly stamping his mark in music after his breakout single “Wrong” went viral. To date, “Wrong” has amassed over 22M views on YouTube and over 80M streams since its April release. Additionally, 5M + Tik Tok videos were created for “Wrong”, helping it to reach viral success.
WATCH THE LYRIC VISUAL HERE
Luh Kel recently entered Billboard’s Emerging Artists Chart at #15 and continues to quickly gain momentum, becoming the hottest star out of St. Louis all while still in high school. “Wrong” has been featured on some of today’s top curated playlists and has ranked Top 10 on such platforms as Apple Music’s R&B Chart, Audiomack’s R&B Top 50 Chart, SoundCloud’s R&B Top 50 Chart and Spotify’s Global Viral Chart. Luh Kel is readying for the release of his EP coming this summer. Stay tuned for new Luh Kel releases.
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Cinematic Music Group’s newest signee, solo artist Luh Kel out of St. Louis, has been steadily climbing the charts since the release of his break out single “Wrong”. The song was released on April 5th, 2019 across all platforms. “Wrong” is the first single from Luh Kel’s forthcoming debut EP. Written by Luh Kel and produced by Jonnyshipes, 11vn and BubbahGotBeatz, “Wrong” is an unabashed sing-along anthem that stomps and chimes its way to the catchiest of choruses. The single pushes the boundaries of music as it combines Kel’s natural talent with an unapologetic artistic vision that makes him a force to be reckoned with. After gaining the attention of music industry manager London Smith and signing to hit-making label Cinematic Music Group, Kel has been in the studio developing his sound with top notch, Grammy Award-winning producers. He began singing at the tender age of two and cites his influences as Usher, Chris Brown, PNB Rock, Tank, and more.Tweet