Songwriting and production team The Stereotypes know how to pick them. The one-stop shop has worked with Bruno Mars, Danity Kane, Justin Bieber, and more. Now they're working closely with the Northern California singer and songwriter Destiny Rogers. She made her mark earlier this year with the hypnotic "Tomboy" and has kept the singles rolling. Today she presents "Lo Lo" with fellow statesmen P-Lo and Guapdad 4000.
"Lo Lo" is a minimal track that will still rattle the subwoofers of a lowrider. If "Tomboy" was a summer favorite for some, "Lo Lo" is the easy transition for a fall/winter vibe from the cool to the touch synths. The video, which was directed by one of Beyoncé’s dancers Tajana Williams, has a soft hue to it as well.
Rogers explained the song significance to The FADER via email, “’Lo Lo’ is an abbreviation of my hometown Lodi, CA and lowrider cars which is one of my dream cars, so I just combined the two to create the track that’s really a representation of me.”
Rogers is currently on tour with Ruel on his Free Time Tour in the US.
Photo: Beach Wave Sound/RCA Records