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    Rachel Foxx Finds Her Happy Place With “Make You Say”

    "I was coming into a new time in my life, a new positive and stress-free time"

    by Taylor Bryant October 21, 2016

    Photographed by Kiran Gidda.

    Rachel Foxx is done singing about her love woes. At least, she is for the time being. The U.K. singer's musical docket includes a selection of songs that center around heartbreak, triflin’ exes, and unworthy lovers—such is the territory that usually comes with R&B. She’s starting to break the chains of attachment—and subsequent sadness—with her newest single, “Make You Say.”

    "I wrote 'Make You Say' when I was coming into a new time in my life, a new positive and stress-free time. It's the happiest I've been in a while,” Foxx tells us. “This song is different to my previous releases because it's a little more fun, up-tempo, and ruthless; I usually write about a lot of depressing stuff and lots of love-related stuff, but, for now, I'm great!" 

    The feisty, breezy lyrics reiterate just that. “Don’t stress me, I’m not looking for something serious,” she sings, over a contagious beat. “Cause I’m not serious/ If I was serious, I wouldn’t be here right now.”  

    “Make You Say” is the first single off of the 23-year-old’s much-anticipated sophomore EP Blue Moon due out in a couple of months. If influences like Sade and Aaliyah are any indication, her music will only get better with time. 

    Get sexy with the song ahead. 

     

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