Save the date for ‘Save You’, Lloyd P-White’s latest single!
Lloyd P-White is back with his new single: ‘Save You’, set to be released 23rd June (via Ditto Music). ‘Save You’, the follow up to the recent ‘Superman’ single, was self – recorded in the singer’s bedroom and was then produced by two notable names; Mason Levy who’s best known for his work on Justin Bieber’s ‘What Do You Mean’ and Mantra, who co-produced the track ‘Selfish’ (featuring Rihanna) by Future. In-keeping with his DIY approach, White has been creating his own new sound over the last eighteen months with a basic home set up of a microphone and laptop.
Inspired by his mother’s Motown records, Eminem, Ed Sheeran and The Beatles, he’s recently delivered two tracks (‘Superman’ & ‘On X’). They have picked up over 30,000 views on YouTube, seen critical acclaim on the True Too, The Ghetto Flower and H-Wing music blogs and subsequently brought him to the attention of the two producers.
A truly innovative and infectious pop tune, the new single is inspired by Lloyd’s love of Hip Hop and is accompanied by video shot in and around London that was co-directed with his friend and collaborator Ray Uscata.
Currently in the studio putting the finishing touches to the follow-up single, Lloyd P-White is also set to announce details of some live shows in the near future.