Louis Batey | Tell Me!

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Tell Me!

by Louis Batey

"Tell Me!" Chart Pop Song (with a hint of 1960's Motown/Northern Soul). Music and Lyrics written by Louis Batey. All lead/backing vocals and musical instruments performed by Louis Batey.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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"TELL ME!" (Music and Lyrics written by Louis Batey), is an up-tempo lively Pop Track.
Although the song is in the current/present-day Pop Chart Music genre/style, the song also has influences of
1960's Motown Soul and Northern Soul.
The vocals are soulful, warm and cool. The rhythm section is pulsating, with a strong, consistent dance beat, as well as having a cool, sophisticated Vibraphone, String Ensemble and Horn Section.
"TELL ME!" is excellent for the Genre/Style Pop Charts, films, TV, Radio, adverts/jingles, fashion shows and Multi-Media.

Louis Batey, is an exceptionally-talented Songwriter/Solo Artist.
He writes all of his own original compositions (Music and Lyrics), in an interesting variety of genres which includes:
Chart Pop, Dance (Electronic Dance Music, Deep/Soulful House, Latin-House), Latin-Pop/R&B and Soul/R&B.
Also, he performs all Lead/Backing Vocals and musical instruments on all of his recorded compositions. Additionally, he writes his lyrics in different languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Greek.
Louis is currently writing his own original compositions for Digital Distribution, films, TV, Radio, adverts/jingles, Multi-Media and for recording artists to perform and record.



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