As revealed by , Grey's 12-track album was written at her home in Utah. . However, as strong as the beat-heavy tracks are, the last five are truly where shines. The song has a strong beat behind it and its implications that Grey is being manipulated by her lover are reminiscent of her 2010 hit Love the Way You Lie. We Used to Be Bad is a song that makes the listener reminiscent of a childhood they never had. The music video for the song was released on the same day in sponsorship with.
The 30-year-old singer-songwriter just announced that the follow-up to 2013's critically acclaimed Don't Look Down will be released on September 23rd! The album debuted at No. Despite featuring acoustic songs such as Moving Mountains, the second half of the album shows Grey experimenting with new sounds that are unlike anything she has ever released before. She later revealed the release date would be on August 15, 2016. Natural Causes by Skylar Grey Release date: 23rd September 2016 Natural Causes is the third studio album by American recording artist Skylar Grey. Rihanna and by Diddy — Dirty Money feat. Picture Perfect boasts a hypnotic beat and begins to bring the album to a close, but not before Grey delivers two more acoustic songs to solidify Natural Causes as one of the best albums of 2016. While her first album relied on a few high-profile guests and a radio-ready sound that sounded a bit forced, her follow-up is a lush and fully formed statement that incorporates 's own influences and voice.
The album cover for Natural Causes features Grey's face in profile in black and white. The track is placed perfectly as the third on the record as it offers something different from the first two to the listener without straying from who Grey is as an artist. Singer-songwriter is responsible for creating smash hits for Eminem, Rihanna, and others, but has yet to become a superstar performer in her own right. The album finds Grey collaborating with various prominent producers, including , , , and. Now she's preparing to release Natural Causes, her sophomore effort which drops on Sept. Like White Suburban, it was written and produced solely by Grey and it features little besides her voice and a piano, ending the album on a soft note and leaving her audience eager to hear more. It is her second album since her stage name change from Holly Brook to Skylar Grey.
An authentic synthesis of her twin roles as both the singer formerly known as and as the co-writer of some of the biggest singles in recent memory, is all 's vision. I put a lot more into this new one because it was starting fresh again and I had a better perspective from the start. Jump, the first full song on the record, features lyrics that revolve around feeling free, which is emphasised by the basic beat and hand clap combination on loop in the background. Have fun, and have a good listen! It was released on September 23, 2016, by KidinaKorner and Interscope Records. It was released on September 23, 2016, by and. Grey once again worked with previously collaborator Alex Da Kid while also bringing in producers Mark Batson, Mike Elizondo, and Symbolic One.
The song makes perfect use of its sparse arrangement, revolving around a very minimal beat and hand clap combo backed by a repeating guitar line that moves the song forward as Grey sings over the top. That sort of wide spectrum explains why her own music covers so much musical ground. The release date was later pushed to September 23, 2016. Commenting with illegal content will result in a permanent ban. We Used to Be Bad 12.
For those familiar with her past work, a hip-hop heart still beats on a number of tracks she even drops a few verses. The record carries a parental advisory sticker for strong language. Come Up For Air 5. It is her second album since her stage name change from to Skylar Grey. Natural Causes will be supported with a 12-date tour starting in San Francisco on Sept. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1.
Throughout, is comforting and luscious, the sound of an artist coming into her own. The video was directed by Peter Harding Song and inspired by her home in Utah. Below her neck is a turtleneck-style black collar that morphs into a set of tree roots as it winds its way downward. Grey later attempted to promote the album by joining American band on their. To coincide with the announcement, Skylar has also revealed that she will be hitting the road on a 12-city tour. Skylar Grey - 'Off Road' Music Video Click inside to check out the tracklist for Skylar's new album Natural Causes.
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