Talii “Front Seat” – Your Next Pop Song Addiction

With easy to listen to vocals and a beat that makes you want to get up and dance, “Front Seat” is perfect for anyone looking to add to their feel good, pop playlist. With a voice and style similar to Selena Gomez or Ariana Grande, it’s easy to get lost in the busy rhythm of this song. The lyrics tell a story of meeting someone that changes everything in life for the better. There’s a positive vibe to the seductive melody. This is the type of song you could blast through car speakers late at night to get lost in the heavy bass and extremely catchy chorus. Anyone that’s a fan of current Top 40 pop music needs to check out this song and stay tuned for whatever comes next from Talii.


Orlando-based artist Talii is set to release a brand new single titled “Front Seat.”

Taking influences from her Trinidadian heritage, “Front Seat” embodies a boldly executed blend of pop/r&b set against a rhythmic dancehall infusion and earworm lyrical melodies.

Born into a family of diversely talented musicians and performers, Talii wasted no time exploring her musical path. She began singing at age 3 and started playing piano and writing songs by age 7.

“Front Seat” is Talii’s first release of 2019 and follows only two previous singles. She made her first debut with July 2018 track “Lost,” which was produced by G.Bliz (Teyana Taylor, JOHN.k, Darion Ja’Von). Talii later followed with “Mouth,” an addictive track that puts a playful twist on Talii’s signature smooth R&B-meets-soul style.

Telling compelling stories rooted in authentic experiences and bolstered by her smooth and soulful vocal, Talii is a trailblazer in the neo-soul / r&b lane and a veritable one-to-watch in 2019. With new single “Front Seat,” Talii has raised the bar and it’s only up from here. Keep your eyes peeled on more to come as well as news on a debut EP, expected to drop later this year.

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