Juls Releases Star-studded Tracklist For Upcoming Debut Album “SOUNDS OF MY WORLD”

British-Ghanaian record producer, disc jockey, and musician, Juls has released the star-studded tracklist for his debut album “SOUNDS OF MY WORLD”.

The album has got features from WizKid, Bas, Niniola, Jael, King Promise, Joey B, Darkovibes, Kojo Funds, Oxlade, Sauti Sol, among other top acts from across the globe.

Announcing the tracklist, Juls said, “I present to you the tracklist for my debut album “SOUNDS OF MY WORLD”. I have been blessed to work with everyone on this album. Everyone on here has shown me so much love and the music we’ve made to me is incredible! Pre-order the album NOW my people! Link is in my bio

Pre-order: orcd.co/somw_juls

Juls has already released three songs off the project, the first song off the project was “Chance” featuring Singers Projexx and Tay Iwar, he later collaborated with Knucks, Sam Wise, and Kadiata for the top-charting single “Wicked” and an amapiano inspired single “Love Me” featuring Nigerian singer, Niniola.

In early 2010, Juls began to produce music casually. His first break occurred once he produced a song for Show Dem Camp entitled “Feel Alright” in 2012, and he began to DJ while finishing his studies in Surrey in 2013. Once his work gained significant traction, he began to release his own music, including “Teef Teef,” “With You,” and “Give You Love”.

His debut project entitled ‘Leap of Faith’ followed in 2017 with “Ojekoo”, which featured Kojey Radical (“Temperature Rising”), Maleek Berry and Nonso Amadi (“Early”), and Eugy, Not3s, and Kojo Funds (“Bad”). These albums both gained over 30 million streams on all major streaming platforms that year.

Speaking about the album, Juls in conversation with 1883 magazine said, “It is definitely for the summer. I want people to feel good, people to vibe with it, whether you are having a barbecue, chilling with your friends at a party, maybe in the club, but basically for the sun, for the beach, it’s refreshing music. That’s what everybody should expect. A couple of surprises on there as well in terms of what kind of sound I’m trying to sort of blend as well. So, yeah, should be interesting to see how people take it in.

Source: Kuulpeeps

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