Pop/R&B Songbird Lachi to Release “The Boss EP” June 23rdwith Sony Music Distribution
NYC’s Songstress Lachi will Release “The Boss EP” on June 23rdwith Trend Def | Sony Music Distribution and a Mercury Lounge Release Show to Follow on June 28th
New York City's award nominated Pop/R&B Songstress Lachi, mixes catchy yet empowering lyrics with uplifting soulful melodies and a unique, powerful vocal style. A performer and recording artist, author and arts activist, Lachi's has worked with numerous acclaimed producers and songwriters, including Mike Gonsolin and Nick Nittoli of Hollywood’s Trend Def Productions. It was with this hit-making duo that she wrote the songs on The Boss EP.
The tunes on this EP have already seen some major placements including a placement of the “What it Feels Like” instrumental on E’s Total Diva’s, but most significantly a feature of the single track, “Boss” on Bad Girls Club’s Reunion Season. Placed at a rather intense moment in the season, where resident Bad Girl, Natalie, is removed from the show for being a little too bad for the club, Lachi’s lyrics, “I’m feeling Like a Boss. Can’t nobody tell me nothing,” resonates as Natalie recants on how she’s got to get back to Running L.A….like a Boss.
Trend Def will be releasing The Boss EP through its global Sony Music Distribution Imprint on June 23rd, just in time for the hot new summer singles. Lachi will then follow up the release with an EP-Release show at the renowned Mercury Lounge in New York’s hopping Lower East Side. Boston’s buzzing Electronic/Hip-Hop Lyrical Nerd Jprizm will open up the night with Intellectual Rap will open up the show, making for a night of elegant and empowering Urban and Pop music.
From edgy music and wildly impassioned performances, to tech-collaborations and published novels, Lachi showcases an epitome of female strength and prowess as she continues to rollout consistently high-quality content. Be sure to procure a copy of Lachi’s Boss EP on June 23rd and her subsequent live show at NYC’s Mercury Lounge on June 28th and see why Oprah Radio deems her, "The real deal!"