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Ray BLK Returns With New Song In My Bed Produced By Toddla T

Thursday, 15 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Ray BLK is back with a new single.

Co-written by Adrian McLeod and produced by Toddla T, In My Bed is decribed by the British singer-songwriter as, "an angry breakup anthem for the ladies." She continued:

"I feel like us girls sometimes get into relationships we know are destined to end badly or with people we know we shouldn't, because we want to believe they’ll change for you or be different. So, this song is like phase one of a breakup where you're just angry that you were sold a dream."

It's unclear whether the new track will feature on the 25-year-old's upcoming project under Island Records UK, the follow up to 2018's 'Empress'.





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