Jay Warren – “Lipstick On A Champagne Flute” (Schier Remix) | @jywrrn |

Schier’s take on Jay Warren’s Lipstick On A Champagne Flute is made for intense workouts. While Jay sings sweetly of the simple joys of cohabitation, Schier takes this seemingly innocent tune, and layers massive future synths and vocal bends to craft the perfect song to run to. Equal parts swagger, class and energy, Schiers take on Jay’s original tune is bound to heat your insides in all the right ways.

Jay Warren is a Salt Lake City based, San Diego native R&B singer and songwriter. He has been involved with music from a very young age as he started singing in his school and church choirs at the age of 8 years old. Warren works in many aspects of music creation from, writing, singing, production, and performing. He is an alternative R&B singer inspired by many different genres: hip-hop, rap, alternative, pop, metal, country, and blues.


Jay released his debut single, Closer, in October of 2017 to wide praise with supporters such as OkayPlayer, Acid Stag, Iggy Magazine, and Triple HQ. He has shared stages with T-Pain, Gladys Knight, 2 Chainz, and James The Mormon. Warren has performed at venues such as Radio City Music Hall, The Velour, Vivint Smart Home Arena, UCCU Events Center, Oracle Arena, Brigham Young University, AT&T Park, and more.


After being asked to perform as a soloist in the Saints Unified Voices Choir directed by Gladys Knight, Jay has released multiple singles like: Amaze Me, Need You Right Now, Fall Asleep With You and accumulated over 5 million streams on Spotify and placement on many of the platform’s editorial playlists like New Music Friday Germany, Netherlands, Turkey, and Switzerland, Germany Viral 50, Sanfter Pop, Soul ‘n The City, and more. Jay’s most recent single Wait accumulated 200k plays in less than a week on influential YouTube channel, Royal Music. Jay is just getting back from a tour of the West Coast, and has just released his follow up single.



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