LX (pronounced “Lex”) is a dance-pop artist with infectious self-confidence, and her latest single, “Blame On Me,” is the perfect introduction to the budding starlet. Born Lexy Bradford, she discovered her passion for music when she sang her first solo with a 60-piece choir during a Christmas cantata, when she was only 7 years old. By the time she was in middle school, LX was already releasing music and training under mentors such as Rodney Alejandro (The Script, Raven-Symoné).
She credits her parents for her drive: “They’re the most positive, hard-working people I know. My dad’s motto ‘Dare to be great’ has motivated me to strive for greatness in everything I do.” LX wants her boldness and ambition to motivate young girls in particular. In singles like “One Regret,” LX wants young girls to know that it’s okay to be confident, have fun and even “play the bad guy” sometimes. This message is often delivered through sassy, tongue-in-cheek lyrics such as “Good luck getting me out your head,” and “Did I mention I’m amazing?” off of her track “Blame On Me.”
LX has appeared on such diverse events as The Latin Grammy Awards, Good Morning America and UFC’s “Fight Holiday Hunger” special, and continues to move forward with her music and desire to inspire others through her confidence. Like her previous single, “Blame On Me” is set to stack up Spotify streams, showcasing her wide, expressive vocal range and self-assured attitude.
To keep up with LX’s future releases and performances, visit LifeofLX.com