New Single: Cierra Ramirez – Liquid Courage (Love Me Better) [Audio]

Tribeca Music/EMPIRE recording artist and star of the Freeform hit TV show Good Trouble, Cierra Ramirez gets a strong start to 2019 with the release of her new single and video “Liquid Courage (Love Me Better).” This single is about facing a challenging inner-conflict and the ability to be entirely open with one’s feelings in a relationship – and the desire to “Love Me Better”. Ultimately, the song leads the listener to take a brave stand in a candid outpouring of emotion: “I’ve been drinking on liquid courage // Solo quiero que tú, tú me ames (I just want you to love me) // love me better.” A proud LatinX woman, Cierra combines English and Spanish in her lyrics to add a level of depth and intricacy to the track which mirrors the multi-dimensional production laid down by Tha Aristocrats. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.




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New Single: Cierra Ramirez - Liquid Courage (Love Me Better) [Audio]

 

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