American singer-songwriter, Lilaw.
|Birth name||Lindsay Michelle Lawrence|
|Also known as||Lilaw, LILAW|
|Born||March 13, 1994|
Montgomery County, Maryland, US
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Some use of "" in your query was not closed by a matching "".Some use of "" in your query was not closed by a matching "".Lindsay Michelle Lawrence (born 13 March 1994), known professionally as Lilaw (stylized as LILAW), is an American singer-songwriter and producer from Washington, DC., based in Los Angeles, California.
Lilaw was born in Montgomery County, Maryland in 1994. She is the product of a musical household, her father a bluegrass musician and her grandfather a classical pianist. She began writing songs and playing instruments when she was in elementary school, however she did not pursue music professionally until college, where she studied literature at the University of Maryland, College Park and recorded in Los Angeles on breaks from school. She has cited Alison Krauss, Lana Del Rey, Panic! At the Disco, Ryn Weaver, BANKS, Mumford & Sons, and The Beatles as musical inspirations.
Her debut single “Ninety-Five” described as an “open road suburban daydream” with “skyscraping ambition,” premiered through Neon Gold Records and SoundCloud and was self-released on September 5, 2016. The song quickly gained online popularity, and she was subsequently contacted by several major record labels.
"Ninety-Five" was featured on numerous blogs including The Line of Best Fit, and was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Hiptronix Fresh Finds playlists, reached Number 12 on the Spotify US Viral Chart and Number 41 on the Spotify US Global Chart, and was featured on Starbucks’ Coffeehouse Pop playlist. Her music has been compared to that of Lana Del Rey, XYLO, Lorde, Florence Welch, and Vérité.
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