With the help of Three Six Zero Recordings, her new label partner, WILLOW has released her debut album, “alone.” It serves as a formal introduction to the singer’s upcoming musical style and establishes the framework for her upcoming album, which is due out in 2019.
In a statement, WILLOW said of the hypnotising record, “If we truly want to know ourselves completely, solitude can become one of our biggest teachers and tools.” I believe that people can occasionally feel afraid when alone. There’s plenty of room to think back on and recollect things that could cause us great grief. However, in my experience, when we allow ourselves to experience this particular kind of groundlessness, we start to perceive our hearts and brains in so many lovely ways, which enables us to engage with life more openly and honestly.
“Alone” summons a strength akin to that of her most recent album, but it also reveals a vulnerability she’s previously concealed.
Will Smith’s youngest child, Jada Pinkett Smith, told Rolling Stone that she learned to prioritise thankfulness and compassion by sitting with the “emotional discomfort” of her new single, starting with her mother.
“This allowed her to see me differently, to love me differently, and to love me with a little bit more allowance for the parts of me that remind her of the parts of herself that have always caused her pain,” WILLOW said. “I really started loving her with so much more tenderness and way less expectations.”
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