Lauriana Mae Talks B.o.B., Cee-Lo Green, & Action Bronson Collabs

Atlantic Records recording artist Lauriana Mae recently stopped by the Good*Fella Radio Show to chop it up about her City of Diamonds EP and more.

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As an up and coming artist, Lauriana is no stranger to knowing what it takes to make great music. She talked about her experiences collaborating with artists such as B.o.B., Cee-Lo Green and detailed what it was like working with Action Bronson. When asked making the song “Compliments to the Chef,” Lauriana says:

“He’s [Action Bronson] not specifically saying one thing on there. He’s just kind of killing it, going in on there, so I wanted to, you know, compliment what he was doing, make it feel like the city a little bit.”

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As the conversation kept flowing, Lauriana then went on to discuss how both she and Action Bronson had actually never met until after they had collaborated and described him saying:

“It was a dope night, I like him [Action Bronson]. Fun, humble, talented guy.”

Both Lauriana Mae and Action Bronson are also strongly musically influenced by none other than Billy Joel. Perhaps in the future these two will collab again creating a Billy Joel inspired song or even get Billy Joel himself on the track.

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Watch the full interview above and catch Part 1 here.