Lexy Panterra Goes Hard in “Pretty Young Savage”

While her past works hinges more on melodic pop vocals with memorable hooks like “Deep End” and “Where Do You Go,” Lexy Panterra unleashes in her latest single, “Pretty Young Savage.” With 808s rumbling, Lexy shows off her range as she goes for a more aggressive and sexually charged approach with an equally provocative music video. 

The song itself is very dynamic with multiple different phrases and styles put on display ranging from melodic to spoken word to spine-tingling harmonies. Too Short also drops by to drop a verse providing a contrasting perspective within the song’s narrative. All in all, this track works on multiple levels from a club-ready bop to a perfect addition to your driving playlist. There’s no stopping the highly magnetic songstress that is Lexy Panterra. 





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