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Jersey’s own Lauriana Mae is back! After gaining a buzz in her career by working with artists such as Cee-Lo Green, B.o.B and more, Lauriana Mae kicks off her New Year with brand new music with her a fairytale-esque project ‘Can’t Go Back,’produced by Jack Splash.

“The “Can’t Go Back” project is a portrait of small town life when you got big city dreams,” Mae tells Billboard. “How we live, love, lose, and come back stronger. How no matter where we go in life there truly is no place like home. This project and everything I do is for them.”

Lauriana’s 12-track project includes features from Dreezy (“LOL”), Raekwon (“Protect Ya Neck” remix), and Manolo Rose (“Monopoly”). Check it out below.

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We all know how challenging Monday’s can be for some of us, whether it’s going back to school or work, we all wish the weekend’s would be a little longer. I don’t know about you all but for me I like to relax and get into a certain zone before I start my week. This weekly post will be just about that,  featuring some of my favorite slow jam/ mid tempo songs that help me relax after a crazy weekend and going back into work.

The song I will be featuring this week the song I will be featuring is from a very talented artist by the name of Lauriana Mae. This Atlantic records signee has one today’s most unique voices out, having collaborated with Cee-Lo Green, B.o.B, and more, Lauriana has proven she has next. Back in March Lauriana released her EP City of Diamonds and one song that really stood out to me was her track NYPD Blues. This is definitely one of  those songs where you grab your glass of wine light a candle and relax.  Check out the


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A few months ago Lauriana Mae released her new single “Protect Ya Neck,” just yesterday the Atlantic Records signee was seen on set of her new video with Rapper Raekwon and her band The Pains. The new single will be included on her upcoming EP “City Of Diamonds,” Protect Ya Neck was produced by Grammy Award Winning Jack Splash and samples Wu-Tang Clan’s 90’s hit Phli Hi Club.
Lauriana’s new video was shot in her hometown in New Jersey, The video was styled by Kendrell Bowman (K.Michelle, Kanye West, Dawn Richard) . Lauriana Looks Amazing with her Killer Abs!  It shows Lauriana in a 90’s Aaliyah Inspired look with a Army Green Flight Suit with a cropped top with Dope multiple Gold Necklaces to compliment Raekwon’s Black and Gold Ensemble. The Video was directed by Arturo Lewin check out the photos below and look out for the video which will be dropping in a few weeks.
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Up and coming singer Lauriana Mae has been working hard in the studio working with  Jack Splash, Polow Da Don and Pharrell for her debut album which is set to be released this fall, while the singer/songwriter hasn’t dropped any new music in a while Lauriana decided to give her fans something to their anticipation up with this unreleased song titled ‘Fly Away’ feat Mazon. Check out the new song below.

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Lauriana-Mae-All-Time-HighThis past Tuesday Lauriana Mae returned back to the SOB’s stage to perform all new brand music & some fan favorite songs from her EP Love Mae. We were in the building as Atlantic Records new signee gave her fans an amazing performance. Check out Lauriana Mae performing some of the new songs that will be included on her debut album. Look out for our interview with Lauriana Mae coming next week.

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Lauriana Mae is back with another treat for her fans after releasing her new video for “Money Mae” the Atlantic records signee lets people into her life with the first episode of her new webseries “Month Of Mae.”  You can even see more of Lauriana Mae when she hits SOB’s in NYC where she will be performing new music and more.

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If you listened to Cee Lo Green’s latest single “Only You” you may remember hearing rising singer Lauriana Mae who was also featured on the song as well. Now the blonde hair singer is back with the video for her own single “Money Mae” off her EP Love Mae directed by Kai Regan.