Abbey Loren's vocals glide effortlessly on her single "Winter Air." "Can you hear what they say?/About me and you, babe/They're wondering if you will fall/For me like they did back in the day/Baby, it's your call." On the song, the Fort Lauderdale singer known as Baybe — formerly known as Love, Abbey — channels equal parts Lana Del Rey and Gwen Stefani. But fast-forward to her latest cut, "IKYMM," and she's more like Ariana Grande. That is to say, Loren, who is in the early stages of her career, is still experimenting with her sound, but her vocal chops are unquestionable. And if South Florida already birthed one pop-vocal powerhouse, who's to say it can't do it again? The odds are definitely in Loren's favor. She grew up around music thanks to her parents, who own 42nd Street Recording Studios in Oakland Park, where her father is a sound engineer. "[My dad] was always very harsh on me with pitch and tone and really trained me to be a well-rounded musician," Loren told New Times in 2018. Well, it seems like that tough love paid off.