L.P. is an incredible artist and songwriter from New York City who is now living in L.A. With a unique and powerful voice, she has been compared to Janis Joplin and Jeff Buckley, yet has a style and sound all her own. She is currently in the studio crafting her new album with a host of producers including Red One, and is also in high demand as a songwriter working with A-level artists such as Rihanna (Cheers) and producers such as The Matrix and David Guetta. In a crowded musical landscape littered with one hit wonders and mediocre talent, LP stands out as a real artist with meaningful music. The only real way to describe her is to hear her.
L.P. has had her music featured in movies and TV shows. In 2001, "Kiss It All Goodbye" from her Heart-Shaped Scar album was featured in the movie, "The Safety of Objects," starring Glenn Close. Also, her track, "Wasted," from album Suburban Sprawl & Alcohol, was the theme song for the lesbian-themed television show "South Of Nowhere" on The N. MTV's The Hills has also been using a co-write with Isaac Hasson entitled "Damage Is Done" in mid-2010, which has been released to iTunes.