“I wrote this track entirely from my bedroom, at a point when I wanted to develop into different genres and expand my sound. The song came easily and organically, as over lockdown, I’d spent a lot of time overthinking things, and I wanted to write about the feeling of being present, and in the moment.” RYA
“Embodying the concept of a song is something not everyone can achieve, even when they’re the ones who wrote the song. Fortunately, that is not the case in this situation. Cindy-Louise wears the lyrics and meaning of this song like a second skin, and the strength behind her belief is felt from the moment her voice reaches the listener’s ears.”
Marisol la Brava & a Flor de Piel use their love for music to find a grand way to celebrate a ‘Quincerañera’ while following safety
The beginning line “Wish I could take back all those days that I” is not implying remorse over letting go, but rather expressing how they wished that period of time had never happened at all. Those moments of pain and bullying did help to impulse growth and maturity, but there is still some anger over the mere fact that those experiences ever happened in the first place.
Like This Like That contains some of the main elements that make a song boom on the platform: mainly, its disco influence and the pronounced emphasis on the deeper beats that hit every couple of seconds, but most of all, its ability to make the listener feel sensual, attractive, and the center of attention.
“Runaway is my favorite song I’ve written,” she mentions. “It’s really tested who I am artistically and personally while I bleed on the page and show my vulnerable side. I wrote this song in 25 minutes and it makes me so proud to listen back. I know the dedication to this record shows through, and I’m excited to see how the public receives it.”