Lexy Panterra, who is gearing up for the release of her new anti-cheater, pop anthem “Girls” set to drop Friday, May 20th stopped by The Wayne Ayers Podcast to talk about the new single.
“I wrote this song about someone in the industry that I dated. Girls just seemed to always be around, so this is me confronting him about everything I was feeling… I hope that my girls can scream this at the top of their lungs and tell them we are not the last option."
While on the podcast Lexy speaks on working with Trina on their single ‘Booty On Her’ and reveals she wants to work with Drake. She also revealed on the podcast that she will be releasing an EP in July before her album later this year.
The album will display Lexy’s versatility as a true musician, including a mix of hits from “Virgin Lex”, Lexy’s fun and care-free alter ego, who is responsible for the more upbeat, fun, hip-hop songs, as well as ballads from Panterra herself, displaying her chops as a singer in acoustic form, a side not enough people know about her yet.
Most know Lexy Panterra as a larger-than-life online personality with a loyal fan base of over 10 million followers reaching an impressive 500 million views and more than 1 billion impressions across platforms. As an international singer, songwriter, actress and dancer she has collaborated with powerhouses DJ Snake, Major Lazer, Marshmello, Louis Bell, Lil Yachty, Shaun Frank and Prologic to name a few. She is a pop culture phenomenon with singles “Where Do You Go” and “More Than You” both charting on Billboard’s Top 100.
As an entrepreneur, Panterra has already seen multiple levels of success and continues to expand her streams of revenue with her newest project, Real Influence Agency (RIA), a full-service influence agency providing content management, production, marketing & brand development for the talent they work with. This boutique agency will help create the most viral, captivating content & performances to show real results.
Panterra speaks on making content for her Only Fans subscribers. She claims she is the most subscribed person on the platform. Only Fans has funded her music videos, Lexy says on the podcast.
When not busy working on a multi-faceted empire, Lexy takes pride in contributing to philanthropic efforts she holds near to her heart – such as putting on Toy Drives for the less fortunate.