Upcoming artist Lova emerged as Sweden’s most in-demand new musical export in 2018 with a combination of truthful and thought-provoking lyrics and massive melodies. Following the arrival of her debut EP Scripted Reality, she quickly garnered the praise of The Guardian, Refinery29, GQ,Idolator, Ladygunn, Spindle, Earmilk,Hillydilly and more. Not to mention, P3—Sweden’s biggest radio station—named her breakthrough single “You Me and The Silence” as its “most played song of the year by a Swedish artist” as cumulative streams totaled over 20 million and counting. Additionally, she received a nomination in the category of “Best New Artist” at the P3 Guld Awards—Sweden’s equivalent of the BRIT Awards. Plus, YouTube Music proclaimed her an “Artist to Watch” for 2019. She’s providing a powerful perspective on pop with a purpose. With her newest single “Dance For The Hell of it” she projects a very groovy track that will certainly captivate your ears. Starting the track with upbeat energy leading onto her bold and luscious vocals she completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's an infectious slice of pop dedicated to those longing to fit in and find their place in the world. When speaking about her new single LOVA says, “I find myself often at parties wanting the ‘cool’ kids to acknowledge me but they’re too busy caring about themselves. “Dance For The Hell of It” is the realization their opinion is irrelevant and you’d rather have fun and dance in your own company.” To the vocals and production this track will surely get you up and dancing. It would be just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Dance For The Hell of It" and check out her discography which is filled with amazing tracks.