British Cambodian Soulstress Liza Owen burst into the scene last year with her effortless slow jam ‘Better with Me’.
With her powerful voice and catchy melodies, it’s easy to see why she’s been working with some of the top writers and producers in the world.
‘Don’t Call Me Baby’ is a slice of perfectly-produced soul pop, her rich vocal, layers over sweet synths, all building with her cool pop melodies.
‘Don’t Call Me Baby’ was co-written by Liza and LA heavyweight Ali Tamposi, who was responsible for Justin Beiber’s ‘Let Me Love You’ and it was co- produced by Jordan Palmer & Robopop – who’s worked with the likes of Britney Spears, Jessie J and Charlie XCX.
“Don’t Call Me Baby is about that moment at the start of a romance when one person get’s serious and the other person isn’t ready. The first time someone calls you ‘baby’ is either exactly what you want to what you’ve been avoiding”