Paul Russell – Eat Pray Love

Los Angeles, California artist Paul Russell releases new pop song and video “Eat Pray Love.” Please check it out above and drop a comment to let us know what you think about it.


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Platinum recording artist Paul Russell is living large with a flare of finesse on new track “Eat Pray Love” out now via Arista Records.

On the inspiration behind the new bop, Paul shares “‘Eat Pray Love’ is about the feeling many of us know all too well – spending money you don’t have. It’s a lighthearted summer dance song inspired by my experience trying to date a girl far outside my budget. An experience that had me saying ‘girl you got my pockets on apocalypse’ more than once.”

Eat Pray Love” follows single “Say Cheese” earlier this year and made its TV debut on Good Morning America.  “Say Cheese” also premiered with a bang across DSPs with additions to Spotify’s Pop Rising, Apple Music’s The Best New Music and a cover slot on Amazon’s Tempo. HipHopX raved that the single “is proof that pop can still retain the essence of Hip Hop.”

This past Monday, April 1st, Paul took the stage at the White House’s Easter Egg Roll and there are no signs of slowing down with opening slots for Teddy Swims’ Europe tour this spring, Meghan Trainor’s North American arena tour this fall and will hit festival stages this summer including stops at Hangout Music Festival, the Sundown Solstice Festival, and the Tri-Town Festival.

Stay tuned for more from Paul Russell soon!

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Artist Biography:

Paul Russell is not slamming his brakes yet. With back-to-back, TV performances on TODAY Show, Live with Kelly & Mark, Good Morning America, The Graham Norton Show and Jimmy Kimmel he constantly brings the heat. Even at holiday events like Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2024 Paul has made his mark. As a kid, the Dallas, TX native learned how to wail on trumpet in between spitting bars during lunchroom battle-raps and later crooning over ukulele. His musical DNA is just as wildly dynamic as his personality is. During his time at Cornell University, he often DJ-ed at parties. Settling down in Los Angeles, he released the independent anthem “Hallelujah” followed by “Ms. Poli Sci,” which generated over 37 million overall streams to date. He best describes his boisterous rhythms, ecstatic hooks, and buffet of R&B, funk, pop, and hip-hop as “cookout music you listen to outside with a bunch of friends.” That holds true on his Arista Records debut single “Lil Boo Thang” which is now a platinum record and has been streamed over 373 million times globally. Now, Paul is kicking off the year right with “Say Cheese” and “Eat Pray Love.” Beyond his status as a bona fide breakout star, Paul Russell is about to be your new best friend.

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