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Layomi The Tampa Baes – You, Me & The 813 (LP)

Layomi The Tampa Baes – You, Me & The 813 (LP)

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Monday, 25 May 2020
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A new duo coming out of the Dirty South with a sultry sound and magnetic appeal, introducing Layomi The Tampa Baes. After captivating audiences with breakthrough singles, “No Apologizes” and “Dope Boyz,” they continued to entice ahead of the release of their debut album, You, Me & The 813 with the lead single, “Jump On It.” And with popularity at an all-time high, Layomi unveils the promising debut to the masses on Lunchbox Records.

Watch “Jump On It” above. Along with the hits, debut showcases a stunning new duo delivering an exciting Hip-Hop-meets-R&B sound told through relatable stories. Inspiring, motivating and refreshing, the duo shows us a heartfelt perspective of Florida that hasn’t been heard of yet.

“We created this project as a soundtrack to your everyday life regardless if you’re taking a walk in the park or going through a bad breakup, our ultimate desire is to bring happiness to you through our music,” Layomi said about making the new album. “We come from a place where people are inspired to be in the entertainment business and actually have the talent but lack the resources. Tampa isn’t only what we would consider paradise, but a cauldron of untapped talent. The 813 means everything to us.

At a young age we learned that you have to leave the nest to make it happen and bring back the resources similar to Odysseus and the journey of the hero. The trials and tribulations of this journey are the driving forces behind the music of “You,Me & the 813.” We created this project as a soundtrack to your everyday life regardless if you’re taking a walk in the park or going through a bad breakup, our ultimate desire is to bring happiness to you through our music.

Truthfully, this is a great time for women and music and we feel our music is what the world has been missing.”

Here is a brief history on Layomi The Tampa Baes. Created by OG Layla Johnson and Naomi Bravo after an organic meeting of the two through their love for music. With OG Layla Johnson’s hip hop influence and Naomi Bravo’s sweet vocals, the hip hop group quickly became a force to be reckoned with. The two friends clicked naturally in their friendship and professional career, making authentic vibrations that are unmatched.

You, Me & The 813 is streaming now on all DSPs.

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