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LAJAN dropped a new track because he’s looking for a baddie like “Amber Rose”

Toronto, ON – Earlier this week, Toronto artist LAJAN released his latest single titled “Amber Rose.”

Produced by Sham with mixing and mastering courtesy of Yuri Koller, “Amber Rose” is a downtempo anthem for all the guys trying to find their dream girl baddies. It’s an appreciation song about the girls who move like Rihanna, look like Kylie, and act like Amber Rose. LAJAN delivers the track as an emotive PBR&B ballad for the after-hours. It’s backed by a very subtle Sham beat with a soft trap drum line to keep things bouncing.

Baddies are the best because they’re unapologetically self-aware, highly attractive, highly respected, and highly successful. But the most desirable thing about baddies is their attitude. When you meet a girl who’s so in tune with herself and not willing to take shit from anybody, that’s when you know you’ve found your “Amber Rose.”

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