Gigi Rowe “Lost in Each Other”

If you’re looking for a new song to add to your pop playlist, look no further. “Lost in Each Other” is an energetic, attention grabbing tune that will have listeners on their feet and dancing. With big ambient synth sounds and passionate vocals, Gigi Rowe produces a song that captures both the uncertainty and euphoric apathy that comes with falling in love. This song is full of lively beat drops that would instantly get an audience moving in any club setting. Check out this enthusiastic new tune by Gigi Rowe below!


Pop princess Gigi Rowe and rising future-bass EDM producer NATIIVE just released a shimmering new single on BlackBook, “Lost In Each Other.” It’s about that familiar feeling of wanting someone who’s completely wrong, but you’re all there for it anyway because in the moment, it’s pure magic.

An explosion of vibrant colors & infectious energy, Gigi Rowe puts a modern touch on ’80s icon inspirations like Cyndi Lauper, Madonna, and Cher. You may remember her persona immortalized in the #1 global dance video game franchise Just Dance, where she’s had 3 songs featured, including “Got That” (1 million+ views) from her 2017 Stardust Motel EP, alongside Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and Ariana Grande.

In a former life, Gigi signed to Island Def Jam and was the first-ever recipient of the Buddy Holly Prize from the Songwriters Hall of Fame. She studied at St. Andrews in Scotland along with Prince William & Kate Middleton, performed at the likes of Lollapalooza and Rock In Rio’s Game XP, and is getting ready to release more music soon. Gigi is collaborating with Nick Lee, who just signed to Scooter Braun’s Atlas Music Publishing and whose credits include Cody Simpson, cupcaKKe, and BabyJake. She is also working with Night Panda and Yuri Rybak, a producer for Chiddy Bang, Lil Dicky and Brendan Urie, who’s song “Molly” is a certified gold record with over 107 million streams on Spotify. Stay tuned!

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