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Dominique De Beau produces another hit with her latest single ‘Another I’
Dominique De Beau has recently announced the release of her newest track Another I, an upbeat summer pop track infused with elements of RnB and dance. The track is set to be released worldwide via all major media platforms on 31st October 2017.


The Liverpool based singer-songwriter achieved success with her debut EP 'Unforgettable', being featured on mix-tapes alongside Jason Derulo, DJ Khaled and Kid Ink, including a mixtape hosted by Iggy Azalea.

After sharing a headline slot at Notting Hill Arts Club with Ayo Beatz back in April, Dominique immediately knew she wanted to collaborate with Ayo to write a new release. It took a couple of months but after eventually finding the time in their hectic schedule to get into the studio together, the writing and recording process was quick, lasting only four hours long, and proving their musical compatibility. After producing the beat, influenced by afro beat and a club vibe, Dominique sang the lyrics 'e una cantena ormai' taken from the opera song 'Caruso' and this was used as a sample throughout the track.

The feel good party single Another I will be available via all major media platforms from 31st August 2017, and for more information about Dominique De Beau, upcoming releases and live dates, follow her on social media.

      A compelling sound with a nice uptempo beat, "Another I" is a song that has remnants of today's artists like Rhianna, Shakira, and Gloria Estafan; hearing this record makes me think of a time when tuning on the radio in a car or at home and this suddenly appears on the top 10 jams. Dominique's voice lightens the mood and doesn't stray from the narrative of falling in love. A consistent pitch of blending pop and R&B together in a piece like this speaks to the listener that this is a song many would remember Dominique for and will request this jam multiple times a week. I pictured the song to be a dancing one at first but after hearing the lyrics carefully it's more than a dancing tune, it is a sexy love song that fits in with the contemporary music already played on radio both physically and digitally. If I had to rate this record, I would give a eight out of ten for charisma, true to one self and expression both in artistic value and choice of direction.



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