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Georgia Lines - "I Got You"

Georgia Lines is an independent New Zealand singer-songwriter, who has captured the hearts of her fanbase, the attention of the music industry, and the interest of local and international music media. When it comes down to artist claiming their singers, these days its confusing with the tools and equipment at everyone's disposal, like melodyne, autotune, etc. Listening to "I Got You" was refreshing because you could really feel Georgia Lines vocals here with its warmth and range. Definitely a slower yet charming single, and when it gets to the hook you feel amazing. Hitting all the right notes, are her powerful vocals, her 80s & 90s-inspired, R&B-sprinkled pop tracks, and her engaging live performances - which have varied from glamourous gowns to fun spontaneous crowd-surfing. In just a short time, Georgia has become one of Aotearoa’s most exciting new talents, with her creativity, and the hype that surrounds her, also extending to the visual elements of her projects. From her outfits (where she is often seen wearing and supporting Aotearoa designers) to her photos and music videos - her video for No One Knows (choreographed by Chelsea Jade and directed by Alexander Gander) was nominated for a New Zealand Music Award, while the video for Call Me By My Name saw her make her directorial debut – something she is doing more of in the future. Watch her music video down below!


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