Layke recently released her new single “No One Can Stop Us,” a ’90s infused dance-pop track that is a timely anthem to authentic selfhood.
The accompanying music video to “No One Can Stop Us” features Layke in an exotic coastal location and dancing on a rooftop backed up by diverse and body-positive dancers who appear to be part of the LGBTQ+ community.
“No One Can Stop Us” is the latest single off Layke’s forthcoming EP, Frequency (out July 29), an ultra-vivid and intensely personal portrait of the strange duality of modern times.
Growing up in a conservative environment in Dallas, Layke frequently felt like an outsider, but sought solace in self-expression through dance, musical theater, and writing which she incorporates in her new project.
Layke expresses not only her musical talent but her bisexuality/pansexuality. On her previous track “Help Me Out” she raises the topic of mental health (the track was also recently highlighted by E! in their Best New Music of 2022 roundup).
To date, Layke has garnered nearly 2 million global streams following the release of two eclectic and ethereal EPs as well as a collaboration with legendary rapper Snoop Dogg on an unparalleled version of Bastille and Marshmello’s “Happier” and has received support fromEntertainment Tonight, Billboard, GLAAD, Wonderland, Ones To Watch, and Spindle Magazine among others and we’d love to have you on board as well!
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