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Lyrica Anderson releases brand new album ‘Bad Hair Day’

Lyrica Anderson releases brand new album ‘Bad Hair Day’
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Lyrica Anderson releases brand new album ‘Bad Hair Day’


Lyrica Anderson releases brand new album 'Bad Hair Day'

 

Lyrica Anderson releases brand new album ‘Bad Hair Day’

 

When you’ve co-written for Beyoncé, sang background for Jennifer Lopez, been mentored by VERZUZ’ co-founder Timbaland, and are besties with Rihanna success is inevitable; enter Grammy-nominated triple threat Lyrica Anderson (@lyricaanderson). Cementing a new found partnership with RIV Music and distributor Beatroot, the LA-based spitfire proudly releases her fourth studio effort ‘Bad Hair Day.’ Spearheaded by Billboard charting single “Act A Fool (produced by Cardi B & Meg The Stallion “WAP” masterminds Ayo N Keyz).” and it’s predecessor “Marriott,” the album document’s her journey to emotional emancipation following a rollercoaster relationship.
Speaking on the new project Lyrica states:
“This album is extremely personal to me for a handful of reasons. For one, it signifies the first time I took full control over my sound as well as my story. This time around I’m willing to share my truth and vulnerability with THE WORLD!!! ‘Bad Hair Day’ is an idiom that things aren’t always perfect in life, especially in relationships. Life is just like hair; you have good hair days and bad ones.”
‘Bad Hair Day’ Tracklist:
1. Crashing Planes
2. Marriott
3. Plot Twist
4. Act A Fool (Interlude)
5. Act A Fool
6. Notice Me
7. Faithfully
8. Girls Have Fun (Interlude)
9. Girls Have Fun
10. Lyfted
11. Play Nice
12. Brain
 

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Pop-oriented R&B singer and songwriter Lyrica Anderson knew her calling as early as middle school, when she performed Brandy’s “I Wanna Be Down” at a talent competition. With support from her mother, the suburban Los Angeles native entered the music industry shortly thereafter, while still a teenager. From 2004 through 2009, she wrote material for the likes of Tamia (“More”), Keke Palmer (“Footwurkin'”), and Webbie (“I Miss You”), and provided background vocals on a handful of recording sessions.

 

 

 


Post by: Sammi Swinton

 

 

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