Osvaldo Supino releases his latest single Lights Down Low – which he produces himself and co-writes with Adam Buckingham and Emily Ili Middlemas. The track is a bombastic electronic pop anthem that asserts itself as an instant dancefloor classic with Osvaldo’s sultry vocals shining against pulsating dance beats.
“Usually my records are born from what I listen to while traveling the world for promotion or for concerts. This time I had to find a new sound within myself” says Osvaldo, continuing “that’s why this song is a real combination of these elements. I’m dance, unbridled, provocative but at the same time I’m always looking for a deep emotion, a refinement, an elegance”.
The Italian artist is one of the country’s most successful international stars and a proud member of the LGBTQ community. The singer shared the significance of releasing the album during Pride month: “It is undeniable that we are in a phase of cultural regression and all the more reason it is necessary to make one’s voice heard, feel proud and demand the respect and the rights we deserve.”
Osvaldo’s last studio album was 2020’s All of the Sparks. it is hoped that Lights Down Low will be the first taste of a new LP from the star. Connect on his social channels below: