Samantha Leon Fires up Her Music Career with New Single “I Don’t Wanna Come Home” of Her Upcoming EP Mystic Lady

Baring herself open has helped Samantha Leon niche herself as an artist that millions of people understand and can relate to. Her music embodies her personal experiences, and her journey over the years is laden with overcoming obstacles and seemingly insurmountable challenges. Her latest music offering, “I Don’t Wanna Come Home,” lends credence to her powerful voice and the feelings it can evoke in her audience.

Going from Samantha Leon in her debut eponymous album, Samantha Leon, to Samantha Leon in the upcoming Mystic Lady has seen the singer/songwriter improve her penmanship and song delivery. Her songs are filled with a unique sense of life’s vagaries, which is influenced by growing up in one of the largest cities in the world. Her sound explores the pop/rock genres while delivering the casualness that modern music offers listeners.

Samantha Leon’s lyrics contain poetic turns of phrase with a sultry delivery that sucks the audience in. She tells captivating stories with her songs and can make just about anybody feel understood no matter what they have been through. Her voice evokes a wide range of emotions as she expresses her story with her listeners so they can heal together.

The New York-born singer made a strong statement on the music scene with her first self-titled album in 2017, which she funded with a Kickstarter campaign. The project made her believe that anything is possible and strengthened her resolve never to let anything get in the way of whatever she has her mind set on. Her music arrangement in the upcoming Mystic Lady album reflects a higher level of growth, and expectations are high that the song will make the charts.

Samantha Leon’s years of drawing inspiration from iconic artists like Mariah Carey, Maroon 5, Amos Lee, Loggins and Messina, Amos Lee, Mariah Carey, Alanis Morissette, Fleetwood Mac, and Cat Stevens set the tone for her sound and style development. With such a rich artistic influence, Samantha has been able to finetune her sound and create something catchy enough for her own audience to enjoy.

Creating Mystic Lady was a heart-wrenching journey that sent her on a rollercoaster of emotions. ”I Don’t Wanna Come Home” gives a peek into that journey which Samantha Leon hopes her fans will join her on and experience. She sees the single permeating hearts and souls while it whets her audience’s appetite in anticipation of Mystic Lady. She has released the official music video on YouTube in a crisp, clean and enchanting visual.

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