Empress Of premieres “What’s Love” with MUNA and announces album

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disappointment and glamor.

Since the launch of Save Me in 2022, the composer Lorely Rodriguezbetter known as Empress Of announced the release of the album For Your Consideration for next March 22 through Giant Music.

This album was created in collaboration with great composers and producers such as Nick León, Billboard, Valley Girls, Cecile Believe and Umru. It was written in the midst of disappointment, with a combination of English and Spanish between Los Angeles, Miami and Montreal.

“I was in love with a director and he was announcing his ‘for your consideration’ campaign for the Oscars,” she says. “He took me up a hill and told me he wasn’t emotionally available and it kind of broke my heart,” the singer said. in a press release.

The news comes accompanied by a new single titled ““What’s Love” in collaboration with the indie pop band, MUNA. He track makes a small reflection on unrequited love “If a love can’t make you, break you, shape you. “Then what’s love”. We can see how the drums and bass rhythm stand out; They reflect the transactional nature of love and sex that is represented and demonstrated in the world of the entertainment industry.

The album is made up of 11 songs, so far we have some songs already available from For Your Consideration on all digital platforms, “Kiss me” In collaboration with Rina Sawayama, “Feminine” and the most recent, “What’s Love”.


  1. “For Your Consideration”
  2. “Lorelei”
  3. “Lovely”
  4. “Kiss Me”
  5. “Feminine”
  6. “What Kind of Girl Am I?”
  7. “Healing”
  8. “Easy”
  9. “Dirty”
  10. “Baby Boy”
  11. “What’s Love (feat. MUNA)”

In addition to album details, Empress Of has also announced three North American tour dates. Later this year he will perform in New York, Los Angeles and Toronto.



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