She co-wrote Cyprus’ Eurovision 2021 entry “El Diablo” and sang backing vocals in Rotterdam for Elena Tsagrinou. And it would seem that the devil had yet another big opportunity up his pointer for Laurell Barker, as she’s now making a splash in the Season 6 trailer for Lucifer.
Yep. The final season of the Netflix hit series lands on September 9 and Tom Ellis & Co. are teasing it with the sultry sounds of Laurell herself.
The one-minute trailer show Tom — aka Lucifer Morningstar — and his castmates getting into fights, dancing at the club, looking at sonograms, walking into church, enjoying same-sex kisses, cheerleading and spreading their wings as Laurell delivers non-stop soul.
“Working my fingers down to do the bone,” she sings, “I’ve been building my kingdom up on my own, got a destiny baby and it’s set in stone, look at me now, look at me now…”
And while the Canadian-born singer-songwriter may be channeling the feelings of the fictional Lucifer (who, in the series, abandoned Hell for Los Angeles to run a nightclub), Laurell might as well be singing about herself as her own kingdom shines brighter and bigger.
Besides being the first female songwriter to ever have three songs in the grand final of Eurovision in the same year (UK, Germany and Switzerland 2019), she’s well and truly making a name for herself beyond Eurovision.
She’s co-written mega-hits for K-pop groups Twice and Oh My Girl. And more recently her song “Habit” has become a radio hit in Germany, cracking the Top 10 of the German iTunes charts. At the time of writing it’s got more than 2.8 million spins on Spotify. It’s also entered the top 200 of Shazam’s global chart. Apparently the people want to know what’s playing!
Last weekend Laurell shared the official music video for “Habit”, which sees her working her blonde locks in Biarritz, France. Laurell and her backing dancers slay the skatepark and the coast as she unleashes a three-minute vibe.
Besides being a killer songwriter and performer, Laurell is also here for the fans. She’s among a handful of performers to have sung at the Wiwi Jam on multiple occasions, alongside icons like Tamta and Måns Zelmerlöw.
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