Double vinyl LP pressing of this 2016 release. The push-and-pull that drives Gallant's music is like a pendulum swinging back and forth between genres and influences. His combination of muscular vocal acrobatics and sonic unpredictability has attracted universal tastemaker praise and a growing fan base. Complex championed the Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter as "The R&B; game changer," LA Times claimed, "Precise writing of Frank Ocean, big vocal runs of Sam Smith," and NME predicted, "the voice that will redefine R&B;," while Entertainment Weekly, The Fader, Billboard, and more have shown support. Sir Elton John summed it up best saying, "Gallant is gonna be huge." Gallant has been on this pursuit since junior high. As Gallant continues on his search, he leaves a message on the path. "If people can hear I'm not doing this to feed any ego or serve someone else, that's all I want," he leaves off. "I'm trying to create a photo album I can look back on to see where I've overcome challenges. I'm using music as a means of self-discovery. If my songs help somebody do the same thing or realize art can help us improve ourselves, I'd be honored."
Talking to Myself
Bone + Tissue
Weight in Gold
Skipping Stones (Feat Jhene Aiko)
Weight in Gold (Brasstracks Remix)
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