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Exclusive Premiere | Live in the Lap of LUXXURY (Tastefully NSFW)

The LA-based multi-hyphenate's latest nu-disco jam is an early contender for song of summer 2017.

Patrick Greenby Patrick Green

What will be the song of summer 2017? Inquiring brunch-ers want to know. There will be many favorites vying for the champagne crown, but an early contender is the latest from LUXXURY.

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Crave is exclusively premiering the Los Angeles-based singer/producer/multi-instrumentalists new single, “I Need You”, a made-for-Mimosa-sipping track was created for day-drinking.

The instant nu-disco classic builds like a Sunday funday, stretching out its revved up Bee Gees-beat until it spills into an evening chorus of bad decisions without regret (of course). Guest bassist Joe Karnes from Fitz and the Tantrums provides some bounce to the audio festivities, while frequent collaborator Billy Caruso adds some twinkling texture to the bubbly song.

LUXXURY (real name Blake Robin) had this to say about his potential song of summer: “It’s the most honest song I’ve ever written, indeed when I sing it live I blush from revealing myself in public so shamelessly. But frankly I’m a bit of an exhibitionist, so it all works out.”

For more sights and sounds from LUXXURY go HERE and check out some of his press photos. Dude knows how to party.

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