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Luke ATME from Italy drops single Quiero Más


Luke ATME is an artist from Naples, Italy. The hometown artist started singing at the age of 14, mainly recording and uploading covers online. While attending school, Luke ATME, was a part of a dance crew who competed in national dance challenges and performing at local events. Quickly after, he went to the University of West London for music performance and graduated in 2017. That following year Luke released his first EP, “Loudest!”, led by single “Higher” which in the UK. In 2018, the artist recorded and released his second EP, “Under the Palm 3s”, where he first started experimenting with sounds from Reggaeton. Since he’s lived in different places all over the world, Luke wanted to combine the 4 languages he knows with his music in a way that a wider audience of people could understand his songs. One year later he released “Cuidado”, promoted all over Europe. He now has songs in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Most recently in 2019, the artist has won several awards including, a Golden Award for “Song of the Year” for his Spanish single “Perdóname”, AAA4Success Award for “Artist of the Year”, and the Golden Award for “Artist of the Year.” “Cash Checks ATM” released on Valentine’s Day is his most streamed song and his first introduction as a Hip Hop artist.

Listening to the track Quiero Más we quickly notice the Latin style. The rhythm of the song follows a Reggaeton pattern and is easy to dance to. Luke’s smoothly rounded vocals compliment the track well and give it the vibe the beat craves for. The chorus gives a “feel-good vibe”, which leads to the listener wanting to dance. The music video for the song is very well shot and produced as well. Take a look for yourself.

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