Sigala has Experimented on Debut Album

Easy Love’ hitmaker Sigala has revealed he has been experimenting with new “sounds” and “flavours” on his upcoming debut album, and confirmed there will be some brand new material on the LP. Sigala has been experimenting with new “sounds” and fresh “flavours” on his upcoming debut album.

The ‘Easy Love’ hitmaker – who has had five top 10 UK singles so far – is going to drop his debut LP later this year, and he’s looking forward to his fans hearing the full variety of his music.

The star has teamed up with Digital Farm Animals for storming new dance anthem ‘Only One’, which is available to stream and download now.

Sweet Lovin”, ‘Say You Do’, ‘Give Me Your Love’ with John Newman and Nile Rodgers, and ‘Ain’t Giving Up’ with Craig David all followed.

It’s resulted in a whopping 2.5 million singles sold since his launch, as well as over 700 million online streams. Not too shabby at all.

The track continues his knack for a party-popping blowout, and will get Christmas and New Year’s Eve shindigs up and down the country going later this month.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at the Global Awards at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on Thursday (01.03.18), he said: “I’ll have an album out in the summer, so I’m quite excited about that … Most of the singles previously are gonna go on the album, so probably half singles and half new stuff. It’s been great man, it’s been a chance to experiment with different sounds and different flavours.”

The 25-year-old producer – whose real name is Bruce Fielder – also dropped a hint about his next collaboration, but doesn’t want to reveal the surprise of who his next guest vocalist is.

Sigala has previously worked with the likes of John Newman and Nile Rodgers, Craig David and Ella Eyre and his latest release ‘Lullaby’ features Paloma Faith on vocals, and he’s teased another big name for his next track.

He said: “I’ve just put my single out with Paloma Faith and I’ve got my next single ready to go as well, which has got such an exciting feature on it, I can’t tell you anything. I’m just going to tease you, I can’t tell you anything…”

When it comes to teaming up with other artists, Sigala explained that the right voice and some common ground is vital.

He said: “What’s really important to me is the voice, at the end of the day. It’s also great to get on with that person. If I don’t get on with somebody then it’s really hard to be creative. It’s got to be a unique voice and easy to get on with.”

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