As its Record Of The Week, BBC Introducing has selected Livvy Lauren, a singer and songwriter from the London, United Kingdom region, to perform “Who You Are” a composition that is both personal and honest.
After playing the artist’s previous release, titled “Messin'” the BBC has included this record in their playlist. It is the second single that Livvy has released. Livvy Lauren, a self-proclaimed lover of adrenaline, draws inspiration from contemporary artists such as Ella Henderson, Sam Smith, Jorja Smith, and Doja Cat. The dynamic performances and stimulating lyrics of these contemporary artists stand out to Livvy more than those of any other artists.
“Who You Are” is a truthful pop ballad that is focused on a yearning for the person you love to be open, honest, and a real version of themselves. This desperation is shown via the song’s chorus, which asks the individual to be “who you are.”
Over the course of the last several years, Livvy has composed over 50 songs, and she has discovered that the nighttime and when she is driving are the best times for her creativity to flourish.
The number of times I have had to pull over to voice record something on my phone or step outside the house late at night to hum a new melody is ridiculous
The results of her creative process may be found in her newest album, titled “Who You Are,” as well as in her previous recent albums, titled “50/50” and “Messin’.” Alex Houton of AHM Media, who is located in the United States and is a producer and composer, discovered Livvy online and reached out to her to collaborate with her.
During the times when they could not leave their homes due to the epidemic, the two collaborated on writing songs and recording them at London’s Metropolis Studios.