Becca Krueger may only be 22 years old, but she's an old soul. Reaching from the past, the singer-songwriter incorporates elements of 1960s pop and jazz with modern R&B to create a sound that is simultaneously familiar and brand new.

The young New York resident first made her mark via YouTube, where her covers of popular classics like Ray Charles' "Hit The Road Jack" and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" garnered over 1.5 million views, including the eyes of producers and collaborators. Those blossoming relationships led to numerous collaborative projects, and now Krueger is gearing up to release her debut EP.

"We All In It" is the first offering from the yet-to-be-titled collection of songs and showcases the classic and modern worlds the singer seamlessly navigates. Krueger sings in her smoky, seductive tone as electronic production buzzes around her, creating an intriguing dichotomy of warm, soulful melodies and icy electronics.

"'We All In It' is an anthem for those fighting for their passion and uniqueness in the world," Krueger explains. "It was born from a struggle to let go of a difficult relationship and reconnect with the people chasing what they love."

Watch the lyric video, premiering below.