Puerto Rican, Bronx-based rising talent Marque has released his latest pop triumph, Won’t Lie, a track which sees him collaborate with vocalist Mazy. The track, produced by fellow Culture Fix favourite Gess, sees Marque’s sultry, emotive vocals shine against an absorbing electronic Mediterranean-influenced beat underpinned by acoustic guitar.
Won’t Lie takes an interesting approach exploring the perspectives of two individuals, with Marque telling us “The song was written in the perspective of both myself and an ex of mine.” Marque writes the track himself. Drawing from rich personal experience, the handsome star finds inspiration from late night bonfires, ocean waves and his past relationship. Marque adds the relationship “washed me up at shore basically,” and now he is “glad to be out of those dark waters.”
We’re extremely excited to discuss Marque and his work on Culture Fix, as the star proudly identifies as bisexual/pansexual – and is a fantastic example of the wealth and diversity of LGBTQ+ talent producing incredible pop music.
Marque is steadily building up a diverse, exciting discography with Won’t Lie joining his previous stellar release Running – also produced by Gess – which Marque recently dropped the video for.
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