|CURTIS WATERS REVEALS TITLE, RELEASE DATE AND TRACK LISTING FOR DEBUT ALBUM
PRE-ORDER ‘PITY PARTY’ OUT FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER [HERE]
RELEASES OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR LATEST SINGLE, ‘FRECKLES’ [HERE]
‘STUNNIN’ FT. HARM FRANKLIN’ SURPASSES 300 MILLION STREAMS
|“He Started Lockdown As A Student Making Music In His Bedroom And Emerged Three Months Later As The Next Big Thing In Pop – All Thanks To A 15-Second Music Clip Posted Online”
The Observer Magazine
(LONDON, U.K., MONDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2020)
Curtis Waters revealed details today of his forthcoming debut album ‘Pity Party’. The highly anticipated full-length, was written and produced by the 20-year-old Nepal born artist and producer and will be released on Friday, October 9 via Curtis Waters’ own label and licensed through BMG. ‘Stunnin’ Ft Harm Franklin,’ ‘SYSTEM,’ ‘The Feelings Tend To Stay The Same’ and ‘Freckles’ are all taken from ‘Pity Party’, alongside 8 additional, previously unheard tracks. Pre-order ‘Pity Party’ [HERE
‘Pity Party’ full track list
01. Shoe Laces
03. The Feelings Tend To Stay The Same
05. Mistakes Ft. Renzo Suburban
07. Lobby Boy Ft. Harm Franklin
09. Pity Party
12. Stunnin’ Ft Harm Franklin
Accompanying this news is the official music video for his latest single, ‘Freckles,’ co-directed by Curtis Waters and Logan Fields. Watch the official music video for ‘Freckles’ [HERE].
Waters’ debut single ‘Stunnin’ Ft. Harm Franklin continues to gain momentum as it surpasses 300 million global combined streams and averaging on 4 millions streams per day.
Curtis Waters was born Nepal and migrated to Germany, then relocated to Calgary when he was a child, eventually he and his family settled in North Carolina at age 17, where he lives with his parents and younger brother. Having never really fitted in, Curtis resorted to finding interests online and focusing on his creative endeavors as an escape from suburban life and his own mental health struggles. His love of writing poetry and doing graphic design as a kid evolved into teaching himself how to make beats and produce music using YouTube tutorials. He first started earning money at 14 by selling his beats to artists he met on Soundcloud, until Curtis eventually realised he should work on his own musical projects. Inspired by Kanye, Tyler, the Creator and Odd Future, Curtis started writing, producing and engineering his own tracks and releasing them online, quickly catapulting himself to this most current and exciting place in his burgeoning musical career; a debut album on the horizon, millions of global streams and critical praise from the likes of Rolling Stone and Pigeons and Planes. As his star quickly ascends, and fans all over the world now, 20-year-old Curtis Waters continues his pursuit to shake the status quo and is without a doubt one of the most exciting up-and-coming artists to break in 2020.
Pre-order ‘Pity Party’ out Friday 9 October [HERE].