• Muzik First


Pop/R&B artist Christian Lalama is back with his first new single in almost two years. A belated Valentine's Day gift to his fans, "Girlfriend." Interpolating Fabolous, P. Diddy & Jagged Edge's "Trade It All (Part 2)," originally found on the blockbuster 2002 soundtrack to Barbershop, the feel-good track is joined by an official music video. "I'm so excited for my fans to hear my new song, Girlfriend," says Christian. It's my first release in a while, and it showcases how my sound has grown over the past few years. I hope you love it!" "Girlfriend" marks a significant leap forward for Christian, affirming his signature gift for blending his mix of pop and R&B. Newly signed to LA-based music management company, The Shalizi Group (Marshmello, Alesso), the Ontario-based artist has worked tirelessly over the past year crafting his mature new sound, with additional releases on the horizon. Lalama has had an innate calling to perform for as long as he can remember. The quickest scroll through YouTube will turn up footage of a young Christian rocking behind a piano at just four years old. In 2018, he made his official Atlantic Records debut with his first original single, "Tic Toc," accompanied by an official music video now boasting almost 2.5M views via YouTube. A string of increasingly acclaimed singles followed, including "Gotta Be You," "Knocked Me Off My Feet," "FrFr" and "Miss Me," for which the video premiered exclusively via Billboard.