Billie Eilish announced the title of her long-awaited debut album on Instagram this week. When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? will deliver its first single today.
The Canadian singer-songwriter’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, will be the follow-up to her 2017 debut EP, Don’t Smile at Me which garnered her much success and critical acclaim.
Eilish released “When I Was Younger” earlier this month, from the Oscar-nominated film Roma.
Listen to a sneak peek of her new track below “bury a friend”
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Dev Hynes enlists Ian Isiah, spoken word artist Ashlee Haze, and more took over NPR’s Tiny Desk this week.
Hines performed “Jewelry,” “Holy Will,” and “Dagenham Dream” from Negro Swan. Spoken word artist Ashlee Haze graced the famous NPR setup to perform the Freetown Soundtrack “By Ourselves.”
Devonté Hynes – Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards
Ashlee Haze – Spoken Word
Eva Tolkin – Vocals
Ian Isiah – Vocals
Jason Arce – Saxophone, Bass clarinet
Mikey Freedom Hart – Piano, Keyboard
Fresh off multiple Grammy wins, H.E.R. takes to the NPR Tiny Desk stage to perform tracks from multiple projects. Watch the phenomenal vocalist now below:
Fresh off the release of her 2018 debut album Lost & Found, Jorja Smith performs for NPR Tiny Desk. Similar to the stripped down intimacy of her album, Smith’s renditions of “On My Mind”, “Teenage Fantasy”, and “Blue Lights” really shows off her range and talent. Watch her set below:
Canadian R&B act Daniel Caesar has been surging with notoriety over the past year. His Freudian album was one of the most critically-acclaimed productions of last year. Watch his NPR Tiny Desk performance below ans see this promising act perform in this intimate setting like never before:
Inglewood’s own Sir Darryl Farris dropped a new release this week November. The TDE artist put out an EP last year HER TOO, which featured highlights from fellow soul act Anderson.Paak. This 2018 addition aligns with that signature sound, vocals, and lyricism that intrigued several music fans.