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Published on October 27th, 2023 | by Bryson "Boom" Paul


Luh Kel Releases New Song “Reminisce” From Upcoming ‘Head Melodies’ Mixtape

The 2019 album, Mixed Emotions, catapulted St. Louis recording artist Luh Kel to superstardom as the album’s breakout single, “Wrong,” amassed over 200 million streams and continues to soar on Spotify. Kel has kept the momentum going with a-list collaborations such as Lil Tjay (“Wrong”), Quando Rondo (“Dripped Out”), and Bankroll Hayden (“Brothers”), and hit, after hit, after hit, including “Y.O.U.,” “Pull Up,” and his latest release “MHM.” Luh Kel prepares for the release of his upcoming mixtape with the release of his new single, titled “Reminisce.”

Produced by Turran Coleman, the new track takes Kel’s down memory lane as he reflects on the lover’s escapade he embarked on in the past alongside his desired love interest. Overdosing on the intoxication that hits his body through every memory of their time together, Kel expresses his lust for her love once again with lyrics such as, “Baby girl I miss it/Got me reminiscing/Steady reminiscing/I love it all/Got me reminiscing about those times we kissin’.”

The new track is slated to appear on Luh Kel’s upcoming mixtape, Head Melodies, via Different Vibes Only/MNRK Records. 2023 has been busy for the new star. He has released three new songs this year in “Blushin,” “MHM,” and “You The One,” which premiered on BET earlier this month. After his arrival in 2019, Luh Kel’s resume includes Queen Naija and Trippie Redd. “Reminisce” follows Luh Kel fresh off tour with Polo G. Along with his music achieving over a billion streams, his social media following has skyrocketed into the millions across every social platform.

Luh Kel is on a path to superstardom that will eventually evolve to mega-stardom in no time. Now is the perfect time to hop on the Luh Kel bandwagon. After “Reminisce,” dive deep into Lul Kel’s catalog today.

Head Melodies hits all streaming platforms on November 10.

Check out “Reminisce” below, and afterward, follow Luh Kel on social media for daily updates and more.

About the Author

Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.

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