ChrisLee Takes Us Away With New Single “Flight Risk”

ChrisLee’s new single “Flight Risk” really does add a spring to your step with an upbeat pop song. 

The LA-based singer-songwriter is most recently known for his appearance on NBC’s Songland- Season 2 where he wrote a winning song “Love Struck” for Boyz ll Men.  Musically, he is inspired by artists like Justin Bieber and John Legend and he also, has credits for working with major artists like Miguel, Busta Rhymes, and Shakira at Platinum Sound in New York City.

ChrisLee, takes these musical influences to develop his own modern sound that is a mixture of pop and R&B. As a relatively new artist, we saw ChrisLee release the single “Home” in 2020, and a year later he’s now back with “Flight Risk” a new single with a catchy melody. It is refreshing to hear music that is upbeat and catchy in contrast to the current world climate. 

Whilst listening to the song, the lyrics reinforce the consuming power of love “for you I’d be a flight risk…you stole my heart that’s why I’m like this” and is an ode of love to a person you’d do anything for. The singer is literally saying it’s worth the risk because without it “the sun don’t shine no longer.” The song is relevant for many and fans can reminisce on times where love made them carefree and happy. 

Typical of his sound, “Flight Risk” has an infectious energy, radiating a positive vibe. It’s a song worth taking a moment to listen to in the house or on a car drive.  With new music and his record label earth + water records (the first record label to focus on the well-being and multidimensionality of their artists), ChrisLee is well on his way to leaving his own impact on the music industry.

You can follow and find ChrisLee on his Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. 

Listen to “Flight Risk” by ChrisLee here:

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