Pop RECORDS/Columbia Records 23-year-old singer-songwriter, performing artist, and activist Lauren Jauregui recently released her music video for her very first solo single "Lento".
For most of 2019, she had spent her time in the studio, writing and recording new music. Her album is still in the works but she wanted to give her fans a taste of what to expect with this release. Outside of her music, she has used her social platforms to actively engage in political activism. She is politically outspoken and actively involved in protests, whether it’s marching with students from Parkland, Florida for gun reform or speaking on women’s and LGBTQ+ rights. As she gears up for an busy 2020, Lauren is making it her duty to continue her activism, imploring her fans to be vocal about their stances and always fight for human rights. Lento is the first official solo release of Lauren’s in 2020, following her wildly popular Birds of Prey original film soundtrack feature ‘Invisible Chains’.
This single was produced by two-time GRAMMY®Award winning Tainy. "Lento" embraces Lauren's Cuban American heritage as she incorporates both her native languages into this beautiful track. The music video was shot in Florida and directed by Ethiopian born, New York City based director and photographer Dawit N.M.
She revealed to her fans:
“I had planned to give you this first taste of what’s coming for some time. There was truly no way any of us could have prepared for what is happening right now, so I hope you receive ‘Lento’ with as much grace and love as is intended. I hope dancing to it helps your spirit feel joy, as you spend time with your loved ones and continue to cultivate love in the face of fear and uncertainty.”
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