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It's Our Time (feat. Gary Nesta Pine & Shea Rose) - Single, Lachi
 Mixluv Singe, "It's Our Time" by Lachi feat Gary Pine and Shea Rose is out NOW!

"It's Our Time" by Lachi featuring a award winning collaborators, musicians and producers has been put out by Mixluv Records October 21, 2014 in digital stores everywhere!
Mixluv is a Tech Startup providing the industry's first social music collaboration platform for musicians, songwriters and producers. The company has a large net of ground support mainly for it's message that the industry is now about artist strength and collaboration.  Gearing up to foster that message and their platform on a large scale, Mixluv brought on former EMI-Caroline artist Lachi to perform the premiere collaborative song "It's Our Time" for Mixluv's launch! Along with Gary Nesta Pine of Bob Marley's The Wailers, award winning singer Shea Rose, Scott Sharrard from The Allman Brothers, U.K. Father of Soul, Omar Lye-Fook, Sony recording artist Eric Zayne and more, the star-studded musicians collaborated to create this awesome anthemic track, produced by Kiyanu Kim of 3P Music!
From edgy music, to wildly impassioned performances, to tech-collaborations, Lachi continues to rollout consistently high-quality content and enchant listeners with her raw and unapologetic ballsiness and was deemed “Consistently Good” by Computer Music Magazine. Her personal manager, Ghezzi of CJG Innovative, states Lachi “works super hard, is humble and level.” Lachi’s also been dubbed "The real deal" on Oprah Radio, and is said to have a “gorgeous voice and nice, catchy melodies" by the College Music Journal.

For general inquiries, bookings, interviews – ghezzi@cjginnovative.com



Lachi is an award nominated BMI singer-songwriter, recording and performing artist, an IMDB-credited composer and a published author.  Lachi has worked with award winning producers on multiple projects, has opened for Patti LaBelle and Questlove of The Roots, and has been featured in media such as Oprah Radio, NPR, MTV.com, CBS Radio CW11 and more.  Find more about Lachi and her music at www.lachimusic.com.

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