Khalid Drops Off A Mature Sophomore Effort Titled “Free Spirit”

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Fast rising artist Khalid has finally delivered his sophomore EP today with the drop of his record, Free Spirit. The mononymous R&B singer has been making strong waves in the industry, breaking out back in 2016 with his single “Location” that has gone on to hit quadruple platinum status.

In his recent release, Khalid said, “For me, although it’s called Free Spirit, it’s definitely so dark,” he said. “It’s dark, but it’s not too dark, where’s like, ‘Ugh, I’m dragging, I’m so sad.’” If listeners are expecting a “dark” vibe musically, they’ll be disappointed because the record’s harmonies, melodies, guitars, and overall production is quite, well, upbeat and “free-spirited.” It’s likely that the “dark” he mentioned comes lyrically and with the purpose behind other certain tracks.

Although, Khalid is a good singer who gives fans a solid effort that highlights his vocal abilities. He’s created a record that can be played from beginning to end, which isn’t something that many artists are worried about these days as formulating hit singles seems to be the priority. Free Spirit is catchy, eclectic, light, and showcases a musical maturity that many other 21-year-old artists lack.

Tracklist Below

1. Intro
2. Bad Luck
3. My Bad
4. Better
5. Talk
6. Right Back
7. Don’t Pretend ft. SAFE
8. Paradise
9. Hundred
10. Outta My Head ft. John Mayer
11. Free Spirit
12. Twenty One
13. Bluffin’
14. Self
15. Alive
16. Heaven
17. Saturday Nights

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