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New Music From Why Don’t We And Rick Ross Joins Josh X

We introduced Why Don’t We back in July of last year and now there quickly becoming one of the biggest boybands in the world. They have announced their debut album “8 Letters”, their full-length LP after previously releasing a series of short EP’s. The debut album will arrive on August 31st. Why Don’t We’s album comes after two years of EP releases from the group, including last year’s “Invitation” which became their first release to enter the Billboard 200. The previously released singles “Talk” and “Hooked” will appear on there 8 track album.

In October the boys will jet set off on a European tour, with stops scheduled for Spain, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United Kingdom, leading up to a giant finale at London’s famous Apollo Hammersmith on Oct. 25. Not long after Why Don’t We will head to both the United States and Canada to bring their headlining “8 Letters” tour to our shores.

Singer, songwriter and musical powerhouse Josh X dropped the official music video for his single “All On Me” featuring rapper Rick Ross. It premiered on August 9th via Complex. The video clip finds Josh and Rick Ross on cruise control as they glide their way through nocturnal Miami venues, with Josh taking place at a grand piano on the beaches of Miami. The video is directed by Picture Perfect who’s filmed for the likes of Cardi B and French Montana, and captures the sultry backdrop and sultry vibes that are fueled by Josh’s signature sounds.

Josh X is know in the music world as a go to collaborator working with a-list artists including Swizz Beatz and Birdman, among others and has even co-written a track for FOX’s hit show Empire. He’s embarking on a new venture as a solo artist, and with a incredible resume there’s no doubt Josh X will be hitting the Billboard charts sooner then we think.

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Written by Neill Frazer

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