Pop star on the rise noelle opens 2022 with her brand new amazing debut EP “30k” featuring 6 tracks
The new EP from noelle 30k features a collection of songs including previously released singles “Therapy,” “Forever Yours,” “Seasons Change,” “Hope You’re Happy Now” — and introduces new sides of the young, incredibly talented songwriter.
noelle shares about the new EP, “Since the release of my first single, I knew that I wanted this album to represent me as an artist and I’m really proud that we’ve achieved that,” said noelle. “It was so important for me to make sure 30k showcased every side of my artistry, proving that I’m not one-dimensional. This approach to crafting an album allowed me to be free during the writing process, making music I felt my fans would love.”
The 6-track debut album delivers over a decade of songwriting that illustrates noelle’s journey to adulthood. Tied together with deep, emotional storytelling of the personal highs and lows of young love, the album takes its listener back in time with its underscored soft jazz beats, showcasing noelle’s modern R&B approach to pop music.
The rising star is also taking her first track to Canadian radio. Self-proclaimed as the “most fun song” of today’s release “30k” paints the story of a true celebrity breakup — realizing that money and success have the ability to fix even a broken heart. “And there’s 30 thousand reasons I should hate you / Know I probably shouldn’t call you but I want to / Feeling so bad / Just for a minute though / Then I check my bank account / I’m smiling at the zeros.”
Rounding out noelle’s debut album are two additional new tracks — “Hate that I Miss You” and “Stupid.” Both inspired by noelle’s personal experiences, the tracks demonstrate how far noelle has come as a songwriter.
“I’ve grown so much as a songwriter this past year,” explained noelle. “Being in sessions with so many amazing, different writers has really been a huge honour and learning experience for me. I know we have created songs that people everywhere can relate to and I can’t wait to get out to play them live.”