Titled “Lock&Key,” the song is released by Chemical X, a label owned by New York experimental pop artist Alexandra Drewchin, aka Eartheater.
Eartheater co-wrote and co-produced with Lourdes, Kiri Stensby (Hara Kiri) and Samuel Burgess.
Fans described her voice as similar to her mother’s.
The song, a fluffy piece of electronica.
In an interview with Interview, Lolahol is seemingly unsure as to what she is actually aiming for though.
“I don’t have a specific goal. I probably should. I have a very specific sense of style, and I’m interested in aesthetics, so I like to incorporate all those parts of myself into my projects,” she said.
“I don’t know how I feel about acting yet. I think it’s about finding a role that wouldn’t be too far off from who I am already. Honestly, actors really annoy me and I can’t be around them. As for music, I can sing. I just don’t care about it. Maybe it’s too close to home.”
Whatever the case may be, Madonna is happy with her daughter’s effort.
She said so via Instagram, posting: “I am so proud of you Lola!”
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