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Cherry Lena : Love-Bombed And Ghosted Review

Cherry Lena : Love-Bombed And Ghosted Review

cherry-lena-cdCherry Lena is a Montreal, Canada alternative pop and R&B singer-songwriter that first captured audiences’ attention on The Voice Quebec in 2018. She won many fans with her warm-toned sensual singing and R&B rhythm and inflections. Lena has teamed up with producer Pops & Poolboy to release her single titled “Love-Bombed And Ghosted.”

“Love-Bombed And Ghosted” is set to a relaxed electro-pop mixed with a lo-fi R&B feel, with Lena’s silky voice delivering an irresistible melody. Though the music is upbeat, the lyrics paint a more melancholy setting. Lena explains, “Although the subject of the song is sad and emotional, the melodies are bubbly and catchy because it portrays the mood of the day I recorded it. At that exact moment, we were just kids having fun and creating, and I was feeling grateful to be able to share and create.” The song develops over its two-minute duration with fluid vocals and well-created instrument parts and sampling.

Lena turns in another winner with “Love-Bombed And Ghosted.” Her cover of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” in collaboration with Apashe has received more than six million views on YouTube, and she has a notable quantity of streams on Spotify. Lena’s voice is intoxicating, and as she continues to add songs and videos, her numbers and fans will continue to grow.


Cherry Lena: Website

Artist Name

Cherry Lena

Name of Single

Love Bombed And Ghosted

Release Date

November 18, 2021



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