Artist Plenty from Norway, releases her latest single “Love The Way You Hate”, which is available now on all digital platforms.
Influenced by Billie Eilish, The Pussycat Dolls and UPSAHL, she was inspired by late 2000’s and early 90’s pop genre.
About her single, Plenty said: “Love The Way You Hate” was written in one day over an inspiring track my producer, Joel, had ready for me. My friend Vanja and I top lined some ideas, and it was when she, Vanja, sang the talking part in the chorus we had the beginning of the whole song. When I sang over the melody in the chorus I randomly sang “ love the way you hate” and we loved the idea of it. We decided that we wanted to write a song about rising above. There will always be someone who’s gonna hate literally anything you do, probably because they’re jealous or don’t have better things to do. Being offended by this is literally stupid, but rising above and loving it is everything”.
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