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Bel-Air Presents His New Melodic Pop Single ‘Your Love’

"Your Love" will make you cherish the ends and outs of a relationship

Published on December 14, 2020

After a tumultuous few years Pop artist Bel-Air who has been through the ringer with the loss of his Mother, then fighting cancer at 21 to recently losing his older brother in a plane crash near Orlando. Bel-Air is back with his new release ‘Your Love’ which battles the roller-coaster ride of young love in a social media influenced society. The sonics of the song will have you automatically singing or humming along while remembering the one who got away.

Bel-Air is a young upcoming Pop artist from Orlando, Florida. From a very young age, he was interested in music. It was not until high school that Bel-Air was introduced to art and culture. An essential step to his future music career. Here he met lifelong friends and built his first fan base. While growing up, Bel-Air nurtured his passion for music, art, and cars. But it was not until later, for Bel-Air to find his niche in the music industry. While perfecting his writing skills, Bel-Air got the feedback that he sounds like a worldwide artist, a music branch he never really took very seriously. It was indeed his mother, who encouraged him one day while he was singing “You Remind Me” by Usher. She asked him not to stop singing. Soon after, he realized that Pop was the genre he loved and fit in. 2014 was a challenging year. First, his mother, his most supportive person, died, and only two months later, he was diagnosed with cancer. Still working a 9-5 job and making music until the early morning hours, Bel-Air overcame his illness and is now cancer-free. Back to good health, Bel-Air is working independently with Grammy Award-Winning music producers ready to positively impact the world of music.

In March 2016, his SoundCloud reached over 1 million plays, his Instagram account has over 1M followers, and is now verified on both platforms. Bel-Air has opened up for Young Thug, Jaquees, PeeWee Longway, Ty Dolla $, Gucci Mane, Bobby Shmurder, and Rich The Kid to name a few.

Now having released songs like “Mountains” which inspires people to never give up and Bon Bon which commands you to hit the dance floor. “Your Love” will make you cherish the ends and outs of a relationship.

Staff Writer