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“Carry On” is Liza Jane’s newest single. 

Liza Jane has just released her biggest single to date, titled “Carry On” on August 27th, 2021. The artist let us in on all the important details surrounding the song. 

Liza Jane is emerging at the perfectly opportune moment of her career, for those unfamiliar with her work. Throughout her latest single “Carry On” featuring Young Miller Tha Don, this artist full uses her soprano voice to create a reverberating sound. Our team was blown away by every aspect of the song thanks to Gemini Muziq’s production. Don’t miss this one!  

The song is the first single of Liza’s upcoming 7 song EP, so everyone who follows along with it will have even more to look forward to. Seeing as the release date for her latest is TBD at the moment, stay tuned to at least get a taste of what’s coming.. 

As Liza explains, she wrote the song to remind her that no matter how many obstacles she has overcome, or what the future holds, she has to ‘Carry On.’ Her industry has many positive individuals, but there are many who are negative and hateful.  

If you feel like people are picking on you because they are jealous, wish they had what you have, or don’t understand who you are, it is very difficult to carry on. Relationships are also an aspect of Carry On. The hardest relationships in life are those with family, friends, partners, or lovers. ‘Carry On’ illustrates how people can go in different directions if they don’t vibe; “You go this way, I go that way.” 

With a positive message that is intriguing, inspiring, and vibrant, we must once again recommend hopping into the song right away. Stay tuned for more in the coming months. There’s a lot to look forward to! 

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.  

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