LunchMoney Lewis is simply unstoppable. If he’s not providing pen to today’s biggest stars like Saweetie, City Girls and Doja Cat, he is creating huge hits for himself like we get today in the new release “Ocean” featuring pop star Meghan Trainor.
The latest preview to his upcoming A Good Time For No Reason album. LunchMoney Lewis brings Meghan to Miami for a smooth vibe on the new song about everlasting love. A reunion collaboration for the two who worked together back in 2016 on the song “I Love Me,” Trainor and Lewis dive deep on the Infamous production and splash around a sweet sing-a-long hook and passionate lyrics. On the song, Lewis wanted to take Trainor on a late-night swim.
“Even though Ocean is bright and beautiful, I actually wrote the song on a late night in the studio,” LML said. “My friend and producer Infamous sent me some guitar loops and different guitar chords and I guess the song just came from the soul. When I finish I knew eventually I wanted to get a girl vocal and I knew Meghan would be perfect, we have long history and chemistry of bops, she honestly to me even with all the records she’s sold amazing accolades a very underrated vocalist, Meghan can sing a lot of these pop vocalist underfloor the floor, she’s always had soul and dope arrangements and a pen. When she sent it back I knew immediately we had something special, I’m just glad it’s out in the world And people can enjoy it with us now.”
Lewis forthcoming project is slated for a 2021 release. Meghan Trainor appears on the song via Epic Records. “Ocean” is available everywhere via Lunchbox Records. Stream it above and below.
ABOUT LUNCHMONEY LEWIS
Lunchmoney Lewis is a producer, writer and artist from Miami, Florida. While his professional career in music started young when his father, Ian Lewis, and his uncle, Roger Lewis, opened the Circle House Studios in Miami, he made his break into the spotlight after landing a feature on Nicki Minaj’s album The Pinkprint.
LunchMoney Lewis’ co-writing credits include Juicy J’s single “Scholarship,” Meghan Trainor’s “Thank You,” and Saweetie’s “Tap In,” just to name a few. He introduced his solo career with the boisterous single “Bills” creating a name for himself on the charts. LunchMoney Lewis has continued success through his studio and art gallery space in Little Haiti along with his label Lunchbox Records. With the first single “Cheat” from his upcoming debut album released, only time tells what’s next for the Miami native.