Hit-Artist Estelle is back with her latest R&B album Lover’s Rock, reminding the industry why she’s been one of the most respected artists in the industry since her 2008 hit collab with artist Kanye West, “American Boy”. The LP was named in tribute to her home country of Britain’s own pioneered subgenre of reggae. When asked on an interview with Hypebeast Radio’s “Soundcheck” about how she’s made it so long in the industry, Estelle attributed her success to a love for what she does. “If I had any advice for younger artists, I would say: love what you’re doing, this is never going to be about the money,” she says.
Estelle breaks us in on her main inspiration, saying that the project is a concept album that chronicles the long arc of her parents’ love story. While walking us through the project, she also educated us on the differences within the subgenres of the Caribbean and African music and pop culture.
You can listen to Lover’s Rock now on all major streaming sites.
Source: Noa Kimia