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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Rising artist Lourdiz drops her ode to the hustler’s life “Suicide Down” featuring

At just 18 years years old, Texas-born, LA-based Lourdiz is making music with an ethos that’s beyond her years. Having recently released her debut single “I’m Pissed”, she’s already making big strides in the industry. A little over a year ago, Lourdiz made the move out West to pursue songwriting full time. In that time, she quickly found herself writing for the likes of Anitta, G-Eazy, and R3HAB

On latest single “Suicide Down” (featuring Lil Gotit), Lourdiz exudes an unmistakable sense of swagger and confidence. Getting straight to the point, she sings: “Don’t give me no mouth / Give me the power / Just leave the money and you can go”. It’s that fierce attitude that makes “Suicide Down” and Lourdiz as an artist, so exciting. It’s a high energy ode to the hustler’s life and this badass singer is doing it on her own terms. 

Speaking on the inspiration behind the track, Lourdiz says: “’Suicide Down’ is about extremes. Life’s all ups and downs and you have to keep hustling to get to where you wanna go”.

While life may be up and down (especially at the moment), one thing’s for sure, this is certainly a rising artist to keep on your radar. Be sure to check out the single below and keep up to date with Lourdiz on Instagram.

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