18 Apr

Premiere: Glints and Tessa Dixson Join Warhola On New Single ‘Look At Me’

We’ve been waiting for a long time, but Belgian singer Warhola is finally releasing his debut album ‘YOUNG LOVING‘. After teasing the album for over a year, it’s done and ready to set another impressive mark on his career. Oliver Symons, the voice and brain behind Warhola, made a name for himself as part of the popular Belgian band Bazart, but his solo project has a massive number of fans as well. We are proud to present his new single “Look At Me” in premiere.

YOUNG LOVING is the first full length album of Warhola and features hits like “Jewels“, “Promise” and one of his most recent releases “Glow“. Today, we are getting another single, but this time the singer invited some friends to join him. “Look At Me” is a collaboration of Symons with the Belgian rapper Glints and the extremely talented Tessa Dixson. Dixson told us in an interview last December that she was working on a song with Oliver and we are so excited to finally hear it.

“Look At Me”

Fresh and modern pop songs are our sweet spot and “Look At Me” definitely hits that spot. “’Look at Me’ was the quickest song I ever wrote,” the singer explains. “I was wrapping up the album and doodling something on the piano, when this upbeat little piano melody really struck me. From there on I managed to finish it within 24 hours and called up Glints and Tessa for the last touches.”

The new song is absolutely a spontaneous collaboration, but it’s working so damn well. Oliver stays in his dreamy vibe, Glints brings an extra dimension to the song and Tessa Dixson showcases once more that she is an amazing artist with a bright future ahead. We can’t wait to hear the full album and we’re sure that you can’t either after hearing “Look At Me”.

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