At nineteen years old Lillimure has figured out the value in the learning experiences that arise from all situations, good or bad. The Westchester, New York singer-songwriter is spreading positivity through her keen sense for melody and powerful vocals. With “Something” she rises, limitless, out of easy genre classifications.
“Something” is the second single from Lillimure’s upcoming debut album, following the smooth “WDYTM. Kicking off with the sounds of the city and moving into layered vocals powered by a jazzy groove and addictive staccato, the track glimmers with strong production choices and melodic hooks.
Much of the song’s stand-apart brilliance comes from the way it plays with uncertainty. “They say everything happens for a reason. I don’t know if I believe it, but at least it’s something to hold onto,” Lillimure delivers on the chorus. Cynicism and uncertainty are guiding forces in the world of today, but “Something” spins them into a positive. “Last night I don’t remember what I said,” she sings, “but I know that I meant it.” The sentiment rings true.