Britti – Hello, I’m Britti. (2024) [FLAC 24bit/48kHz]

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Britti – Hello, I’m Britti. (2024)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 38:32 minutes | 485 MB | Genre: Pop
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © Easy Eye Sound

A true heiress of the rich musical history of her native New Orleans, Britti is an arresting new voice in her triumphant debut, titled straightforwardly, Hello, I’m Britti. Inspired by musical luminaries from Diana Ross to Dolly Parton, and influenced by contemporary legends from Beyoncé to Sade, the album is one of immense gravity and a personal love letter to the place she calls home. Co-written and produced by Dan Auerbach, who flexes his signature ability to uplift genuine raw artistry, the album is a heartfelt confession that frames a window into Britti’s soul, revealing her true spirit: fresh and wondrous, with a levee-like hold on her own heritage.

“Britti’s lush debut is an invitation to a stoned soul picnic somewhere between New Orleans and Nashville, a porch hang on a hazy summer afternoon, and a late-night slow dance party, all at once. Recommended if you dig: Diana in ’71, Dolly in ’78, Sade in ’86, Erykah in ’97.”
– Dan Auerbach, ProducerThose who come from Louisiana always have a good ear for music. Always! Soul, blues, zydeco, rock, jazz, R&B, funk, pop or country, no one native to the New Orleans area worries about labels or genres. There is only good music and bad music. Period. Brittany Guerin, known as Britti, is the latest proof of this. Born in Baton Rouge, the singer, discovered by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, masters every style that resounds within the unique groove of the American South. And as Britti dresses her songs in a certain classicism, she is often reminiscent of classic soul singers that have come before her. Hints of her idols Diana Ross (“Save Me”) and Dolly Parton (“Keep Running”), as well as Norah Jones, Erykah Badu and Amy Winehouse (albeit less dreamy) can be heard on her debut album Hello, I’m Britti., a title that clearly references Dolly Parton’s first album from 1967, Hello, I’m Dolly… But even though the influence is apparent, it never limits Britti’s own inspiration, style or personality. An expert in 20th-century equipment and vintage sounds, Auerbach brings the perfect production, with just the right amount of sepia. He was clearly the one who assembled a team of studio legends around the singer, including bassist Nick Movshon (Amy Winehouse, Wu Tang Clan and a whole selection of albums for the label Daptone), guitarist Tom Bukovac (Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks), and Mike Rojas (Ricky Skaggs, Yola, Miranda Lambert), a wizard on the keys. Supported by this glittering cast, Hello, I’m Britti. navigates soul vignettes, country pop interludes and R&B daydreams with immense ease and a certain class. Building a solid bridge between New Orleans and Nashville, this Qobuzissime has already declared itself one of the great albums of 2024. – Marc Zisman


1-1. Britti – So Tired (03:21)
1-2. Britti – Still Gone (04:13)
1-3. Britti – Nothing Compares To You (03:36)
1-4. Britti – Back Where We Belong (03:51)
1-5. Britti – Keep Running (03:13)
1-6. Britti – Silly Boy (03:33)
1-7. Britti – Lullaby (03:35)
1-8. Britti – There Ain’t Nothing (02:46)
1-9. Britti – Reach Out (03:14)
1-10. Britti – Save Me (03:21)
1-11. Britti – Once Upon A Time (03:43)

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