James Blake Officially Announces Self-Titled Debut Album
- Words: Patric Fallon
Surely the UK's youngest highly revered singer/musician/composer/producer/DJ, 22-year-old James Blake has been brewing his unique style of R&B-infused bass music (or is it bass-infused R&B?) for years now, releasing a small number of EPs and singles to an ever-growing mass of fans. Now, more than a year after his first EP dropped, Blake has announced his forthcoming debut full-length, simply titled James Blake. The record will be a joint release between A&M (parent company to Interscope) and Blake's own ATLAS label, and will feature early singles like "Limit to Your Love" and "I Never Learnt to Share" within its tracklist. You can check out the cover art for Blake's self-titled record below, before it comes out on February 7.
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