EMELINE Expects Nothing Less Than "flowers & sex"

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There is nothing more attractive than confidence. When someone knows exactly what they want and boldly voices those needs, that air of assertiveness draws you in. Rapidly rising pop artist EMELINE does just that with her seductive and intoxicating new single, “flowers & sex."  

The song's demo initially erupted on TikTok, racking up millions of views shortly after posting and before the release of the official version. Debuting her 2017 offering, "Hush" at the first Boston Women's March, EMELINE is a clear champion for female empowerment.  

"flowers & sex” is all about owning your sexuality and communicating your desires. EMELINE's lush vocals effortlessly flow atop booming, blown-out production courtesy of smle, simultaneously bringing to mind the likes of Two Feet and Billie Eilish. Pairing  an unmistakable energy with liberating lyrics, this is the ultimate tantalizing tune.

“flowers & sex” is a reminder that even when we are feeling timid, it is perfectly acceptable to speak your mind. More than likely, you'll be respected more for it. EMELINE confides, “This song is my moment to ask for what I want and need, unapologetically. I am living inside my power and embracing that I deserve to be celebrated. What can I say, flowers and sex are a girl’s best friend.”

Listen to  "flowers & sex" below:

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