New Music from Pop Singer Tove Lo

New Music from Pop Singer Tove Lo

Swedish alternative/ pop singer Tove Lo broke big not too long ago with her hit song, “Habits (Stay High)”, which reached up to the third spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and was followed by another loveable hit called “Talking Body.”

Known for her grungy style of pop music, which she considers “dirty pop,” Tove Lo takes from influences, in other genres like alternative pop, synthpop, and indie pop, to create infectious music. Lo co-wrote many songs that appeared and still reappear on radio, like Ellie Goulding’s hit “Love Me Like You Do,” for which Tove Lo’s co-writing won a Grammy Award.

Lo was nominated as a Breakthrough Artist, Best Album, and for “Habits (Stay High)” in many countries and ended up winning in some countries and platforms, such as VEVO Certified Awards. Her album, “Queen of the Clouds”, in 2014, debuted at 14 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

More recently, Lo has been featured on fellow pop singer Nick Jonas’ hit song, “Close”, and the well-renowned rock band, Coldplay’s song “Fun”, and electronic band Years & Years’ song “Desire.” She was also recently featured on Flume’s song “Say It.” Tove Lo has also worked on her new album, which is reportedly going to be called “Lady Wood.”

She released the lead single off of the album, “Cool Girl”, on August 4, 2016. The song is set to hit contemporary hit radio on August 23, 2016. The electropop song, which features lyrics that talk about being free and perhaps are about an open relationship that does not confine itself to labels, has already hit the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, at number 84.

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