Daily Dig: BeLL

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Texas born BeLL is a talented singer/ songwriter whom oozes plenty of promise. She may only have the one song out there at the moment (this being a take on R.E.M’s Losing My Religion) but BeLL has written for other artists, including Natalie Imbruglia & The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue plus she’s had songs appear in the media which include include a Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial & TV shows like Vampire Diaries & Pretty Little Liars.

Now residing in Los Angeles, BeLL has collaborated with producer/songwriters Giorgio Moroder (Daft Punk) & David Hodges (Kelly Clarkson, 5 Seconds of Summer). She also volunteered as a keys instructor at LA’s Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls & at Awaken Arts, teaching songwriting to at-risk youth girls.

Having teamed up with AG (a female producer known for the recent haunting rendition of Ciara’s cover of “Paint it Black” that featured in Billboard & Rolling Stone) this take on the iconic Losing My Religion is a fresh new interpretation. BeLL’s take was dark haunting pop. Delivered at a slow but steady pace this tune sends shivers up my spine whenever I listen to it. Performing in the video you had Drian Juarez, Rocco Kayiatos, Linden Wallace, Robert Palmer Watkins and Laura Zak. Robert in fact appears in the American daytime medical drama General Hospital.

BeLL’s vocals were literally breathtaking and she completely owned this track. I also have to say plenty of passion was put into the exquisite performance. I actually cannot wait to hear more from her in the nearby future.

Once the editing for this impeccable song had been completed Orlando, Florida was rocked with another tragedy. Two days after the shocking death of Christina Grimmie there was another case of gun crime at Pulse nightclub which resulted in 53 people being wounded and another 49 people lost their lives. This prompted BeLL to donate a portion of the streaming proceeds to the National Center for Victims of Crime.

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