Dance pop artist and Britney fan drops steamy new single


Harrison Barnes

Do you want to get up and boogie any time you hear Britney Spears, Janet Jackson or Justin Timberlake? Then do we have a treat for you!

Las Vegas-based dance pop artist Harrison Barnes is about to releases his steamy new single, “TLC.” The upbeat dance song is set to drop on February 11th, in anticipation of Barnes’s new EP coming out this spring.

Play Me

Dancing since childhood, Barnes was obsessed with Britney Spears and other popular dance pop artists in the early '90s. Growing up in a small town outside of Charleston, SC, Harrison learned how to dance from hours of watching Britney videos, which also inspired him to write his own songs.

He would also write music and put on his own private concerts. Years later, he finally started performing in public. Barnes released his debut single, “Play Me,” in April 2020 and since then he has released his debut EP of seven songs,

If I’m Honest, as well as five more singles and eight music videos. His singles have garnered nearly 60,000 total Spotify streams.

Call My Name

For his latest single “TLC,” Barnes teamed up with Las Vegas-based producer Mikey Dropz. Barnes originally wrote the song intended for a country singer, with the hook “Tender, Love and Kerosine.” Eventually, he reworked it to the dance song it is now.
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About Harrison Barnes

Born and raised in Moncks Corner, SC, Harrison Barnes always knew he wanted to perform. In 2020, Barnes made his debut live performance at the Las Vegas Pride Festival, introducing his original songs to the world. In addition to his music, Barnes has been a clog dancer for most of his life. He was part of the clogging group, All That, and competed in America’s Got Talent all the way to the semi-finals. Currently, Barnes performs as a professional dancer on the Las Vegas Strip and continues to write and record his music.

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