Rising star Lady Londyn brings us new hot single “All on Me” featured along with Official Video
The new single ‘All on Me‘ and its accompanying video, which actually kicks off with a warning that it CAN CAUSE SEIZURES, is a queer anthem that speaks to the liberation of trans feminine bodies. It is like nothing you’ve seen in recent memory. Meant to remind womxn that their bodies are theirs to own and be proud of, “All on Me” is a boastful and cocky commentary to what it is to be desired as a Black Trans woman.
Lady Londyn shares about the track, “The process of making this song was really magical. It all started with a bass line that Blxck Cxsper brought to me one evening and while I was freestyling ideas on it they came up with the beat on the spot. There’s something about this song that makes you just feel kick ass and I can’t wait to see the girls’ reactions to it.”
There was always a discernible confidence surrounding Lady Londyn, although knowing exactly who she was from a very early age left her ostracized and often isolated from her family. Then, after a period of trials and tribulations, she found acceptance and conviction through art.
Lady Londyn was unhoused, that she had a realization that, more than anyone else, she was in her own way and that the world would see her for who she is. This state of mind was the launchpad for her musical career. Just six months later, Lady Londyn performed at LA Pride for her first time.
The rising star has released her debut EP, Player, on her birthday, May 31, 2020, and was signed to indie label, Trans Trenderz in August of that same year. Player is an extraordinary culmination of Lady Londyn’s growth over the years and is a pure vibe, just like her “90s fashion” meets “school girl realness” meets “lady of luxury” aesthetic.
“Splash,” also featuring Blxck Cxsper and labelmates, Jae, Jupiter Gray and Heather Hills, for which Londyn directed the video, marks the beginning of a new wave of Black Trans visibility in mainstream music. “This song shows the influence hip-hop, the voice of the people, has had on queer culture, and that Black Trans voices deserve to be included and valued in that space of the industry,” says Blxck Cxsper, who is also a renowned Trans artist and producer.
The feeling at the release party was unlike anything they had experienced before. “You could feel how excited people were to finally see Trans folks on stage. It didn’t feel like a show, more like a family reunion,” they explain. “There was no hierarchy between the artist and the audience, everybody was contributing to the love in that room in their own way.” Wanting to continue to provide that space for themselves and other like-minded artists, Trans Trenderz officially evolved into a record label, signing Transgender and gender non-conforming acts.