Latto drops a new pop single Lottery. Featuring Toronto’s LU KALA, it’s a fun, bouncy, and catchy pop track for the ladies.
After having a big 2022 with her album release 777 and single release “I Just Called”, Latto is back with a brand new single “Lottery”, a fun, bouncy, and catchy pop track for the ladies. While the song has some sexual references, at its core the song is about having standards and knowing your value (or what you deserve) as a woman.
If I let you put yo’ hands all over me
If I let you unwrap all this in the sheets
If I tell you all my dirty fantasies
You won the lottery, you won the lottery
If I let you take me home with you tonight
If I let you see what I got on my mind
If I tell you all my dirty fantasies (Latto)
You won the lottery (Yeah), you won the lottery
She took to Instagram two weeks ago to give fans a little previous of the song. She captioned a video of her in the studio vibing with her girls “Pop Latto loading…”
She followed that more recently with another post stating, “Pop Latto has entered the chat”.
Featuring on the track is Congolese-Canadian artist LU KALA who currently graces the cover of Amazon Music’s The New Black playlist. The Toronto-based artist, who has written for major acts like Jennifer Hudson and DVSN, earned the grand prize at the RBC’s Emerging Musician Program before rising to popularity with her 2020 pop singles “DCMO (Don’t Count Me Out), “Body Knew”, and “No Smoke”, and more recently “Pretty Girl Era” which has over 10 million streams on all platforms. This is a lead up to the release of upcoming EP in early 2023.
Lottery out now!!!!🎰x🧡 Had sm fun shooting this video with @latto777 it was very much a girls night out in Vegas baby!!!!
Thank You to my team for going so hard for me, it’s only the top of the year and I really feel like we bout to make history! I’m so grateful!🧡
The music video shows the pair living it up on Las Vegas as they ride down the strip in a limo, as well as Latto at the gambling tables, and then surrounded by dancers.
“Lottery” is available on all major streaming platforms.