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++ Lumidee live on Stage ++

Proton The Club, Königstr.49, 70173 Stuttgart – Start 11:00 pm

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Lumidee is not the average R&B singer. In fact, the 19 year-old artist hailing from Spanish Harlem was a self-proclaimed rapper before she even started to pen R&B ballads. After years of perfecting her talents, Lumidee has created an album that fluidly blends both Hip-Hop and R&B, and testifies that she is finally on the golden path to fame. Her debut album, Almost Famous, on Straight Face/Universal Records, is proof that she will quickly make her mark on the industry. " Known as the "Uh-Ooh" song, "Never Leave You," the first single from Lumidee's album, is a certified dance hit. With a catchy call-out chorus over a hypnotic Caribbean-influenced beat (Dwali rhythm), the track is a seamless blend of R&B and reggae that showcases the young singer’s natural songwriting abilities. Almost Famous contains the original hit single "Never Leave You (Uh-Oooh)," and also features the remix with Busta Rhymes and Fabolous. The album ranges from up-tempo tracks to slower melodic ballads, a unique combination that Lumidee conquers effortlessly. On “Crashin’ The Party,” Lumidee links up with NORE and weaves her soft vocals with his unfaltering energy. With a bouncy chorus saying “I feel like crashing a party/VIP don’t try to stop me/you can like my style but don’t copy/ladies let me know if you got me,” the song is a girl's party anthem that encourages everyone to gravitate to the dance floor.

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