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There’s Abir, Adele, Alessia Cara, Ariana Grande, Kiiara, Pia Mia, and that’s just to name (quite) a few who are colloquially killing the Popular R&B/Soulistic music game. That esoteric, esteeming, and extraordinarily effeminate congregation of songstresses seems to be vying for a new vocation via both viewing and listening to Lo Lo’s Alternatively R&B Single, “Sweater Collection.”

Lo Lo, incipiently known as Lauren Mandel, is a Canadian born singer and songwriter who prefers to pen and perform songs that structurally sojourn listeners by way of the more hardening affairs of her heart. She has construed such by constructing a mixed fusion of Pop Centricity for listeners.

Her expressive inventory of tunes is as inventive as the current expanding echelons that Pop music gives its artists permission to be. Lo Lo’s music including her latest Single, “Sweater Collection,” can be heard and seen on Apple Music, Soundcloud, Spotify, and YouTube.

“Every song I release is coming from real things that happened or are happening in my life. My first single, “Yours” mentions my ex’s sweater— ‘“your favourite sweater is still hanging on my door,”‘ comments Lo Lo. “Sweater Collection’ was written about a year after that, so it’s supposed to be a continuation that explains what has happened after trying, and failing to find a new connection. Your favourite sweater is still hanging on my door..but let’s just say things have escalated.'”

For a song that’s not lyrically carved out to be a celebratory, Lo Lo’s sad, yet happy “Sweater Collection” definitely feels like she’s winning by way of it. The production on it is pristinely uprated so that it’s emphatically embraced by the ingenuous charm that’s chiming through Lo Lo’s vocals.

Her expressive inventory of tunes is as inventive as the current expanding echelons that Pop music gives its artists permission to be. Lo Lo’s music including her latest Single, “Sweater Collection,” can be heard and seen on Apple Music, Soundcloud, Spotify, and YouTube.

“I got inspired to write ‘Sweater Collection’ when I was organizing my closet for the new season. While moving clothes around, I found some sweaters that I had forgotten about, that didn’t always belong to me. I had a feeling that I wasn’t the only person with a “sweater collection”, so I wanted to try writing a song about it,” says Lo Lo.

“Sweater Collection” by Lo Lo tip toes you into her tunistic take on her exes’ articles of clothing, that she can’t seem to shake off. Lo Lo’s latest single is crescendo-savvy in the way that each verse is chorused into Lo Lo’s, “Nothin’ but these sweaters / I’ll keep them forever,  / (cuz) It makes me feel better, / or move on… / and I can’t find a connection / so I’ve got a collection, / it makes me feel better…”. “Sweater Collection,” is gifted with refrains like, “and I wanted to get to know ya / but I didn’t want to disappoint ya, / and I was hoping this could be something, / cuz I’m always left with nothing…but these sweaters…”

“I tried to take the idea of not being able to connect with someone, and put a fun twist on it,” comments Lo Lo. “Yeah, dating kinda sucks sometimes and not every relationship works out, but at least if it doesn’t, you can count on getting some new sweaters out of it!”

For a song that’s not lyrically carved out to be a celebratory, Lo Lo’s sad, yet happy “Sweater Collection” definitely feels like she’s winning by way of it. The production on it is pristinely uprated so that it’s emphatically embraced by the ingenuous charm that’s chiming through Lo Lo’s vocals.

To me “Sweater Collection” is as exorbitantly chart-worthy, as it is impressively accepting on each listen because the track is sensationally sensed with weldings of rewarding progressive pats on the back for Lo Lo’s fans to partake in. It’s as if you know by listening to “Sweater Collection” by Lo Lo, that there’s even better music by her on the way. I’d go as far as to say that a true EP or full length album by her would seer her deeper into the lit status she’s assuredly destined for. Some excellent song writing, exuberant vocals, and ‘the hand me downs of heartbreak,” go quite a way on Lo Lo’s latest balladic effort. Have a listen; it’ll wear on ya…;)

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