Shay Lia Releases ‘All Up To You’

Shay Lia, a Canadian R&B singer-songwriter, has released her latest ear-catching single All Up To You. The song comes from Lia’s forthcoming EP and marks the first significant release since her album Dangerous, which was presented last year.

Talking about the song Lia stated “I wanted to create something positive for people to dance to in these crazy times. I wanted to feel reminded that we’re stronger than we think. I believe in the powers of words and music and I love creating inspirational songs full of warmth and joyful energy for everyone of any age to enjoy. All Up To You is meant to be my version of a big, positive affirmation – layering my style of rnb melodies on a lush afrobeat-inspired instrumental. To me, it sounds and feels like a summer vacation by the beach with your loved ones, which we all need so badly right now.”

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