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Rachel Cousins Introduces Her Vibrant Track "Love Language"

Introducing an amazing known as Rachel Cousins her debut pop single "Let Go" became a sensation, with Rachel's emotive, sultry delivery being the catalyst for the song landing on shows such as SyFy's "Wynonna Earp" and CBC Gem's "Hudson". It was also placed in the made for TV movie, "The Art of Falling In Love". Fresh off performing at this year's Honey Jam in Toronto, she eponymously titled EP focuses on Rachel's performances and unique approach to writing songs that are infinitely her. "Man of Stone", the first single from the EP, was inspired by a relationship gone toxic. The subject of a feature story on CBC's Newfoundland and Labrador website. "Stone" was co-written by Rachel and award winner Jenson Vaughn with Lauren Eddy (of the band Saint Scarlet), singer/songwriter Blair Lane, Aaron Hickey of the Music NL nominated Young Manics. With the release of her newest track "Love Language," she projects a very captivating track that will certainly intrigue your ears. Beginning with upbeat instrumentation leading onto her sweet and full vocals she completes the single entirely. Explaining the track further it's to inspire confidence in strong career women who feel independent in their relationships. To the vocals and production, this single will definitely have you jamming out. Being perfect for a day out on the beach or for a picnic. Go stream "Love Language" and check out her discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.



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