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Published on October 13th, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Blake English Releases Sleek Pop Anthem “Cool”

Los Angeles pop artist Blake English released his new single “Cool,” a pop song with catchy lyrics that will have you singing along even after you’re done listening. Produced by J-Pop and K-Pop heavy hitters, SOFTSERVEBOY (Gwen Stefani, EXO-CBX, Eric Nam) and Sqvare (Monsta X), the song has a unique, fresh pop sound with hints of English’s punk-influenced edge. The song gives you feelings of youthful innocence and is reminiscent of artists such as Liam Payne and DNCE. In a time when we are isolated, it reminds me of the days when we gathered with friends and enjoyed being in each other’s presence.

The single starts off with a smooth bassline that transitions into a guitar sequence and English’s catchy yet addictive vocals. “Cool” is perfect for your shower concerts and for a dance party in your room. On the surface, this track sounds like a typical pop song, but lyrically English does his best job to tell a story of holding on to your authenticity in a modern, flashy world.

Written after a party in the Hollywood hills, English talks about keeping up with his glamorous Hollywood friends on his rise to fame. Blake English was inspired by the fact that he was surrounded by successful figures in the entertainment industry while still trying to catch his big break. He also talks about many up-and-coming artists within the industry and those trying to fake it until they make it. “Cool” is a must add to your playlist as it is both a catchy and relatable song at its core. Follow him at BlakeEnglishWorld.com.


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