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POP/R&B SINGER & SONGWRITER JOSH STEPHENS INTRODUCES LOVESICK TUNE "TALK TO ME"

• Latin Pop Infused Track Follows Romantic Quest To Explore The Possibilities •

• Available Via All Digital Retail And Streaming Platforms Friday, July 9, 2021 •


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Indie Pop/R&B recording artist, Josh Stephens (Be Balance Publishing), will release his third original tune titled “Talk To Me.”* Penned by Stephens alongside Michael McQuaid, and produced by Zack Page, the track is the second release in Stephen’s 2021 single series and will be available via all digital retail outlets and streaming platforms (Amazon/Apple Music/iTunes/ Pandora/Spotify/Tidal) on Friday, July 9, 2021. The pre-save event begins Friday, July 2, 2021. Akin to Stephens’ creative influences (Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth and Shawn Mendes),the Belmont grad caters to multiple genres with captivating, rangy tenor vocals, and alluring and tantalizing storylines. The new tune, “Talk To Me,” is characteristic of the young songwriter’s natural craft and catalog. Keeping time with punctuated finger snaps, synth rhythms echo throughout as the heartbeat of the Latin pop infused track while simplistic production illuminates to create a full sound to heighten the intensity of the romantic quest. Sensual lyrics spotlight an immediate enchantment and intoxicating infatuation that ignite the impassioned plea to explore “the possibilities."


“…You’re eloquent, but dangerous (you’re dangerous) Trying to play it cool, but that ain’t us (no) Oh and you love to act like you can’t see Just how you have control over me Oh and I know you get this all the time But I wanna know if I can call you mine so Talk to me baby Tell me what’s on your mind Just say the word, say the word…”

"The storyline is dichotomy,” introduced the twenty-three-year-old singer songwriter, Josh Stephens. “It’s about a new relationship and the flirtatious game of ‘cat and mouse;’--playing it cool, appearing coy, conflicted with the readiness to ‘jump in’!" Stephens is writing and recording daily; the single arrives as a follow-up to his sophomore release and corresponding music video, titled “Who Taught You;” early on, the track is fast approaching 65,000 streams while the music video premiered on the artist YouTube Channel (Watch Here).


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