New single and video from Brooklyn’s acclaimed electronic singer/songwriter, musician and producer Robert PM and rising singer/songwriter and model Lyric Christian. Entitled “Hands Off (My Crown)”, the soul-drenched dance banger enthralls with honey-dipped vocals, a pulsating rhythmic hook and kaleidoscopic beats. The single is an empowering and unapologetic self love anthem, sure to resonate with listeners around the globe.

Lyric confides, “This song is all about how you make yourself feel—no one else. It’s a sexy soulful house track and whenever I listen to it I’m reminded of who I am—a badass, confident and beautiful woman who is in control of her own narrative.”

Robert PM has found success as half of the acclaimed French Horn Rebellion whose music has over 100+ million streams. He has remixed for the likes of Beyonce and Sia and continues to push the sonic boundaries within electronic music. Lyric Christian is a successful model and singer/songwriter whose music was added to Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlist.

Robert PM Bio:
Robert Perlick-Molinari is Brooklyn’s do-it-all artist, performer, writer, vocalist, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and industry executive. As ½ of French Horn Rebellion, the “delightfully bizarre” (Vice) indie-dance band, he has 100+ million streams across platforms, a GRAMMY Award shortlist for electronic album of the year, official remixes for Beyonce, Sia, Two Door Cinema, and extensive touring experience. As label-head of toucan sounds, he curates the finer elements of house, disco, and techno, releasing music for Brooklyn’s best in electronic music with multiple reviews in Resident Advisor, and spins on the BBC. As a DJ, he has performed on 4 continents, headlining and sharing the stage across multiple genres – on the disco tip, (Felipe Gordon, Breakbot) – to house (Anthony Nicholson, Miss Kittin) – to indie dance (RAC, Digitalism, Miami Horror) – and many more. In the studio, he has credits with some of the most influential artists of our time, ranging from pop (Purple Disco Machine, Autograf), to underground house (Ron Trent, AceMo), to alternative (MGMT, Two Door Cinema Club). He’s been mentioned in The New York Times, Billboard and The Huffington Post. LA Weekly said, “We wish America had a million bands like this,” while in the UK, The Guardian regarded FHR’s music as “killer dance-pop.”

Lyric Christian bio:
New York-based songwriter Lyric Christian wants to bridge the gap between black female songwriters and the pop charts. Raised in Atlanta as Lyric Christian, Lyric writes songs inspired by her personal experiences and emotions- specifically, reckless love and heartbreak, about badass women who never hesitate to throw a little shade. Lyric moved to New York to attend the prestigious New York University Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. During her time there she discovered her passion and knack for songwriting after being chosen to participate in one of Warner-Chappell Music Publishing’s songwriting camps. Although a performer from a young age, Lyric decided at that moment that she wanted to pursue songwriting as her main focus. A classically trained pianist and vocalist, Lyric draws upon her years of performing experience when penning her songs.
Lyric’s writing influences span from Bebe Rexha to Julia Michaels, Ryan Tedder to Priscilla Renae. Her favorite artists and vocalists are among the greats in the history of music: Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, and Nina Simone. Lyric has played shows in both Atlanta (Variety Playhouse and 7 Stages) and New York (Arlene’s Grocery, Joe’s Pub, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and The Delancey). She also has a successful career as a model for various fashion brands. Lyric recently released her debut artist single “Either Way”. She also appeared on I.M Yoni’s “Premier” EP – Lyric co-wrote and was featured artist on “I Don’t Want Anybody”. Other cuts and collaborations by Lyric include “WTF” recorded by Rhea Raj (added to Spotify’s New Music Friday France and New Music Friday North Africa) as well as collaborations with artist Alice Longyu Gao (“Karma Is A Witch”) and pop artist Katini who opened for The Chainsmokers at the Forbes 30 Under 30 summit, performing their song, “Free.”