Lexxi Saal – Rescue Call ft. DC | A Commercial Pop Smash In Every Sense Of The Word
Lexxi Saal is a renowned activist, a songwriter and a singer from New York. She has been performing on stage since she was eleven years old. Born on March 15, 1997 in Long Island, New York, she was inspired to make a difference in the world and help make the life of others better since her early age. At the age of eight, she came up with a concept that is now known by name Lexxi Loves, a foundation that provides love and support to children in foster care.
Lexxi Saal has been making quite a name for herself with some solid releases and some major performances including opening slots for Demi Lovato, Fifth Harmony and Austin Mahone. With her Pop sensibility, work ethic, look and a solid team around her, there is no doubt she will be doing some big things in these coming days.
Her latest release, “Rescue Call,” is a commercial Pop smash in every sense of the word. Everything about this track screams great to me. “Rescue Call” is perfectly structured, all while providing beautiful vocals, catchy melodies, and simple memorable lyrics on top of a vibing production at the hands of recent Berklee graduate Dwilly. Rounding out the track is a smooth Rap verse from DC adding a bit of toughness to the otherwise bubbly track.
Rescue Call is a feel good song that makes you want to dance. It’s like when you’re at a party and you’re not feeling the vibe and you need someone to give you a rescue call.
“Working on ‘Rescue Call’ was such a freeing experience. I’ve been wanting to work on music like this for a while now, so it was great to finally get it released.” – Lexxi Saal
She has performed in the Pop Explosion Tour in 2013 and also performed in the same tour in which the midnight red band performed. Her birth sign is Pisces. Her famous saying is “Do one thing every day that makes someone else happy.
Stream and enjoy rescue me by Lexxi Saal here.
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