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Lizzy Latimer releases her new EDM Hip-Hop single, “Can’t Cage Me ft. Kyah Baby”

A Summer feels empty without a hit song to bump to. Seriously, think about it. Every Summer needs a song that completely encapsulates the feeling of your Summer. Luckily, Summer has just begun and you're still trying to identify what type of Summer it's going to be. Let's lay the groundwork for you by giving you a hit single to ponder with.

“Can’t Cage Me” is the new single that feisty pop sensation Lizzy Latimer has just released for the Summer. This new track is able to fuse her love of hip-hop, rap, and afrobeat together with her wisdom and social awareness. We can say that this new track is just as empowering as it is catchy.

“Sometimes it’s the element that most attracts a partner to you, that in the end, the partner can’t handle.”

You can’t clip the Wings of your partner in order to make them stay, rather, you can improve yourself so they’ll never want to leave.

Beautiful words spoken by Lizzy that can speak volumes to people who don’t want to hear it. Think about it: the ones who really need to listen to words like this are usually the ones who don’t want to hear it at all. Why? It’s the truth they’ve been trying to ignore. Two sides of an extreme; to have so much love that it attract, but then, the other, too much love that it tries to force the stay.

Where does Lizzy Latimore plan to go after this? We’ll let you make that prediction since our earlier predication already came through. Here’s a little background on her for you make your statement.

Lizzy has performed in rock bands and symphony orchestras around the world, but her true loves are Hip Hop and RnB. Influenced by Afropop, Kwaito, and Dancehall, and sprinkled with her sociopolitical awareness and personal insights, her music has backbone and flair.

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