“Control” is the new EP by french singer Palmer.
01. Etrange ami
02. Mirage (So Real)
05. Mélancolie rebelle
Portals is the debut full length album from Nashville singer-songwriter Fleurie, the album was released on digital retailers and streaming services on August 17, 2018.
In 2017, two promotional singles were released, “Hurricane” (August 3) and “Take Me With You” (October 21) however the tracks were omitted from the album. The lead single, “Constellate”, was released on streaming services on May 11, 2018. A second single, “Chasing Stars”, followed on June 22.
Containing 11 tracks, the album was executive produced by Fleurie with production handled by Justin Amundrud, Tofer Brown, Jeremy Lutito and Stephen Schmuldt.
01. Explosions of Grandeur
05. Chasing Stars
07. Future Signs
08. Black Sand Vertigo
09. Out of the Blue
10. A World Beyond
Utah’s Madilyn Paige is an earnest, lyrical singer/songwriter best known for appearing as a contestant on the sixth season of the NBC’s The Voice. Born in 1997 in Provo, Utah, Paige began singing at a young age. Only 16 when she auditioned for The Voice in 2014, she was eventually picked for coach Blake Shelton’s team. Paige was ultimately eliminated in the playoff round. After leaving the show, she continued to build her fan base via original and cover song videos posted online. In 2015, she released her debut self-titled EP featuring the single “Irreplaceable.”
Now she’s back with music of her own, a seven-song album called “Anymore” that landed Friday.
02.Anymore (feat. David Archuleta)
04.One Day at a Time
05.We Are the Riptide
Last month, BENI announced that she will release one digital single a month for the next four months. Last month’s release was “Chasin’”, a collaboration with IO of KANDYTOWN. On August 29, BENI release this month’s digital single, “PULLBACK.” The song is a collaboration with Meiyu SUNNY BOY and sees BENI continuing in the R&B direction she returned to with “Chasin’.”
Former Postm3n member Jin Lin writes Letters to his loved ones in his new album. The singer changed his artist name to Jin Jin in order to commemorate his father who passed away of cancer in 2018. Written by Jin Jin, R&B track “What to Do” expresses the hopeless thoughts he had while seeing his father in the hospital. Japanese band Sandclock’s guitarist Nagata Yoshiyuki composed the track “What to do” for the singer.
Release Date: 2018-08-15
3. Let You Go
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