Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Gamble Breaux Finally Re-Releases Her Newest Single ‘Classy’ After It Was Pulled Off From Streaming Services!

Gamble Breaux has re-released her newest single ‘Classy’ after it was pulled off from streaming services late last month. The Real Housewives of Melbourne star shared the happy news via her Instagram page.

"Hi everyone, My New Single Classy is out now and even more Classy! Déjà vu? Share if you care!," she wrote. "♥️Hugs Gamble New music by @troynababan @leon_ragdoll lyrics @gamble_breaux Off camera drama brought to you by #rhomelbourne #independentartist #air #australianindependentmusic #popmusic #rhomelbourne #classy #gamblebreaux #gamble Photo @petercoulson dress @alinlekal @jeanettemaree"


In a separate post, she wrote, "🦚Happy Isoland vibes trendsetters! Regrowth be on point! 🦚 #rhomelbourne #air #australianmusic #independentartist #newmusic #pop #isolation #iso #isolationcreation"


As previously reported, the track was mysteriously taken down from streaming services and revealed she had “issues” with the song.

“I published a song called ‘Classy’ on Friday but I had to pull it back down due to some issues with it,” she told The Ben, Rob & Robbo Show. “Anyway, you will have it right back up again as soon as possible, without those issues, so stay tuned. So I hope you listen to the next version of Classy and enjoy it.”

Gamble had received a backlash on social media over the song and was accused by one Twitter user of copying This Is Living by Christian band Hillsong Young & Free, reports DailyMailTV.

TV Blackbox also reported there were ‘whispers of copyright issues.’

Gamble told the Herald Sun earlier this month she had created the song to stay optimistic while self-isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I'm going nuts here at home,' Gamble said. “I wake up late in my pyjamas, put on my workout gear, but don't work out, then wake up in it the next day. It's getting messier as we go along.”

“My nails are completely gone, can't get them done, and my hair is a mess but you with roll it.”

She described the song as “fun,” and said she hoped to “cheer people up” with its “self-mocking” and relatable lyrics.

‘Classy’ is now available to stream and purchase on all digital platforms.

Photo Credit: Instagram

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