LP has been promised all the right things by all the right people.
Her voice, a glorious warble that spans three octaves, has incited bidding wars between major labels. She’s been signed as an artist six different times, all while fine-tuning her craft as a songwriter — writing hit songs for the likes of Rihanna, Cher, and the Backstreet Boys.
“My life has been an exercise in waiting,” LP says with a deflated sort of laugh. “You wouldn’t believe the things people have whispered in my ear. And then nothing happens.”
But in the summer of 2016, LP had a wild change of fate. An older song of
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