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Madeleine Dopico releases “Poor Decision Making”, check it out!

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“With relatable lyrics, sizzling vocals and some 80’s catchy style,  “Poor Decision Making” is totally worth a listen.”

“With The Lights Out” is the second track on Madeleine Dopico’s new concept EP, “Poor Decision Making”. With some nostalgic 80’s pop vibes, mixed with a modern, sultry electro sound, this song both makes you dance and makes you think. She’s flirting with danger, contemplating reigniting a volatile old flame for the night. Her lyrics share a confusion that’s all too relatable: “The wires in my head go straight to my heart. When they get their signals crossed, can’t tell them apart.” Dopico’s seductive vocals and catchy hooks in this song make the listener want to give into indulgence.

Madeleine Dopico quit her secure job at an NYC HealthTech startup two years ago to invest everything in her creative career. This quickly emerging artist, whose single “Nice Boy” already has over 230,000 plays on Spotify, actually has an Ivy League degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Health and Societies. Dopico is a woman of many interests even in the sound of her music, as her work crosses vocal ranges, production styles, and genres. “With the Lights Out” and the “Poor Decision Making” EP are available on all major music platforms. Follow @Madeleinedopicomusic and Madeleine Dopico on Facebook to check out all the original lyric art for the piece, with videos coming soon!


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by Childhood Friend, Sarah Kelly


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