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ALEXA FERR RELEASES SINGLE “NO GOOD”

Singer Alexa Ferr (alexaferrmusic.com) is excited to announce the release of her brand new single, NO GOOD!

For the new tune, the Canadian-born 19-year-old “Rugged Pop” artist brings back an ‘old school’ sound from the 90’s, mixed with new beats/harmonies, that tells the relatable story of boys trying to flirt with girls who give in even know they are just “no good”.

In a statement to the media, Ferr explains further: “I am so excited about this fun end of summer jam song that is definitely one for my girls out there who know what it’s like to be in those situations.”

NO GOOD was co-written by Ferr and produced by the popular Los Angeles-based production team, The Invaders (Josh Levi, Blake McGrath, Ashley Roberts).

About Alexa Ferr:

Alexa Ferr first gained her start in the music industry with the release of her single “Fell” which features Mathew “M dot” Finely who’s predominately known for his role in Disney Channel’s Camp Rock 2. A triple threat, who not only sings but also dances and acts, Alexa has been incorporating her dance background into her live shows.

For the past few years, Alexa has been in Los Angeles working with The Invaders (Blake McGrath, Chrystina Sayers, Melody Thornton, X Factor’s Josh Levi, Normani Kordei of Fifth Harmony) who produced her debut EP Lipstick In The Glass. Developing her sound from the release of “Fell,” Alexa has been able to captivate a “rugged pop” which is described as a sound “being rougher than average pop.” With this sound, Alexa not only shows her maturation but also her potential as an up and coming artist.

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