Lola (singer)

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Lola (born 1981 in Paris, France) is a Brooklyn, New York- female singer/songwriter. Raised in the Belleville District of Paris by hippie parents, Lola has also lived in Brazil and Los Angeles, California. Although her initial exposure was received via a house music remix of "No Strings," which had been on U.S. Dance chart for 5 months. her music (including the song in its original form and other tracks on her album Take It Like I Give It) spans rock, R&B, jazz, pop and hip-hop. Lola cites artists as diverse as Prince, Joni Mitchell, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Aretha Franklin as influences, she was signed to SoBe Entertainment. On March 5, 2012, she finally released her debut album "Everybody Relax" from My Major Company by funding.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album Information
Take It Like I Give It
  • Current Status: shelved
    • 2005: "No Strings"
    • 2007: "I Can't Take It"
Everybody Relax (March 5, 2012)
  • Current Status: available
    • Tracklist:
      • 1 Rock Me 3:08
      • 2 Relax 4:19
      • 3 This Could Be Home 3:02
      • 4 Kamikaze Woman 3:31
      • 5 I Can Do That 3:00
      • 6 Up the Wall 4:11
      • 7 Strange Days 3:51
      • 8 Lust Oblivion 4:28
      • 9 If It's All the Same to You 2:29
      • 10 Touch Me 4:17
      • 11 9 to 5 3:07

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album Chart positions
U.S. Dance U.S. Dance Airplay U.S. R&B MW Pop MW Club
2005 "No Strings" Take It Like I Give It 2 6 82 1 31
2007 "I Can't Take It" 5[1]

Trivia[edit]

It is Lola who first sang the song "Grapes on a Vine" performed by Betty Wright in her 2011 album; the song was on Lola's official site.

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