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Red by Dia Frampton

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Label: Universal Motown Records Group
Abandoning the emo-pop angst of sister band Meg & Dia, The Voice runner-up Frampton instead delivers a solo debut that showcases the kind of artist the show wants to foster: compelling, self-possessed, but with a malleable talent. Red is stylistically scattered, but charmingly so: Guests include Kid Cudi and Blake Shelton; tracks glide from rolling alt-country to shimmering disco, from straight-up Nashville pop to coffee-shop acoustic delivered with a femme fatale swagger (the surprising "Bullseye"). Frampton's velvety, torch-kissed voice molds to every inch of this impressive range.

About This Album

Abandoning the emo-pop angst of sister band Meg & Dia, The Voice runner-up Frampton instead delivers a solo debut that showcases the kind of artist the show wants to foster: compelling, self-possessed, but with a malleable talent. Red is stylistically scattered, but charmingly so: Guests include Kid Cudi and Blake Shelton; tracks glide from rolling alt-country to shimmering disco, from straight-up Nashville pop to coffee-shop acoustic delivered with a femme fatale swagger (the surprising "Bullseye"). Frampton's velvety, torch-kissed voice molds to every inch of this impressive range.

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About This Album

Abandoning the emo-pop angst of sister band Meg & Dia, The Voice runner-up Frampton instead delivers a solo debut that showcases the kind of artist the show wants to foster: compelling, self-possessed, but with a malleable talent. Red is stylistically scattered, but charmingly so: Guests include Kid Cudi and Blake Shelton; tracks glide from rolling alt-country to shimmering disco, from straight-up Nashville pop to coffee-shop acoustic delivered with a femme fatale swagger (the surprising "Bullseye"). Frampton's velvety, torch-kissed voice molds to every inch of this impressive range.