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French-Senegalese artist Anaiis shares her debut album 'this is no longer a dream', out now via her own independent imprint Dream Sequence Recordings. The debut album explores themes of isolation and disillusionment and forms an inner conversation that flourishes from angst and neurosis to self-affirmation and hope. The project includes contributions from Chronixx, Topaz Jones, Sjava, Jay Prince, CKTRL, Onyx Collective, Jesse & Forever. The artwork was captured by iconic Brazilian photographer Raphael Pavarotti and phenomenal creative director Ib Kamara.
French-Senegalese artist Anaiis shares her debut album 'this is no longer a dream', out now via her own independent imprint Dream Sequence Recordings. The debut album explores themes of isolation and disillusionment and forms an inner conversation that flourishes from angst and neurosis to self-affirmation and hope. The project includes contributions from Chronixx, Topaz Jones, Sjava, Jay Prince, CKTRL, Onyx Collective, Jesse & Forever. The artwork was captured by iconic Brazilian photographer Raphael Pavarotti and phenomenal creative director Ib Kamara.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/23/2022
UPC: 5056321638502

This Is No Longer A Dream (Uk)
Artist: Anaiis
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $37.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Undulations
2. D.S.O
3. Ultraviolet, Counts
4. Chuu (Feat. Topaz Jones)
5. Vanishing
6. Cry in Your Sleep (Feat. Chronixx)
7. Reverie
8. Make It Easier
9. Interlude: How to Put Out a Fire (Feat. Jay Prince)
10. Be Alright (Feat. Sjava)
11. Juno

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French-Senegalese artist Anaiis shares her debut album 'this is no longer a dream', out now via her own independent imprint Dream Sequence Recordings. The debut album explores themes of isolation and disillusionment and forms an inner conversation that flourishes from angst and neurosis to self-affirmation and hope. The project includes contributions from Chronixx, Topaz Jones, Sjava, Jay Prince, CKTRL, Onyx Collective, Jesse & Forever. The artwork was captured by iconic Brazilian photographer Raphael Pavarotti and phenomenal creative director Ib Kamara.
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