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PREMIERE: Eileen Sho Ji ft. Elujay “Show You”

“It’s easy to forget how amazing you are,” says Bay Area singer/songwriter Eileen Sho Ji. “Sometimes you just need someone to show you!”  California love is definitely in the air.

Today MASS APPEAL premieres the promising teen’s song “Show You,” an enchanting rhythmic lullaby laced with questions of confidence and determination.

“Navigating through life isn’t easy for anyone,” says the artist. “Especially because we’re often our own worst critics and we don’t give ourselves enough credit for any of the shit we go through every day.”

Short and to the point, the song still feels special. Eileen has teamed up with Oakland rapper/producer Elujay to showcase their lyrical chemistry. The artists effortlessly turn heartfelt narratives into passionate harmonies, backed by the expensive sounds of Soulection Radio’s own j.robb, whose dreamy melodies and tasty percussion leave plenty of room for the vocals to shine. “Show You” is an exciting taste of what we can expect from Eileen’s debut album next year.

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