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Jamie Prado – Stay True Feat. TWYLA

by Nicole Frederick

LA/Colombia based artist Jamie Prado does it again with the second single, “Stay True” featuring the talented Columbus, Ohio based TWYLA, from highly anticipated album Weekend Waveforms. Prado lays down fresh sounds and sexy vocals with this sensual banger. Prado provides us with sunsets and poolside vibes with the drop of Stay True. Bringing in heavy bass undertones mixed masterfully to match TWYLA’s unique tone. This song let’s know summer isn’t a season… It’s a state of mind.

On working with Jamie Prado and what the song means to her vocalist, TWYLA said “I loved working with Jamie and writing “Stay True.” My favorite lyric in the song is “too electric to buzz” mostly because I love that vibe; the electricity I feel in music is powerful and contagious. That’s how this writing process has felt, and I am excited for Jamie’s album to drop and spread those electric vibes to the world. “

Jamie Prado spends a significant part of his time traveling back and forth from the US to Colombia. His major influences stem from Latin American and House music. He increasingly pushes the boundaries of cross-genre to produce music that not only highlights different cultures but expands his listener’s musical palette. “Stay True” was released on Prado’s label Midnight in Paris co-owned with event promoter and fellow DJ Tom Astley.

TWYLA brings a new flair to alternative music with her Bohemian, dark, 60’s pop-indie vibe. She sings about love, drugs, and Marlon Brando, a combination that can only be portrayed through her music. She has released two albums, “Electrico” and “Vinyl Virgin.” She is currently writing for her next album, “BODIES.”

“Stay True” is available for streaming and purchase here.

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