Sometimes you have to fall apart in order to find the most real version of yourself.
On the surface R&B and soul singer Alanna Royale appeared to be brimming with confidence. Yet the artist behind the internal earthquake "Trouble Is" insists that until this latest LP she felt fragmented. Only after the most unnerving time of her life did Royale finally feel at ease bringing her full artistic self to the table. "There is a lyric by one of my favorite rappers that goes "You gave me the tools but didn't show me how to hold them," she explains citing
Vocalist/lyricist/songwriter embracing a boundary-blurring curveball genre collage of new wave, electronica, punk, experimental, dancehall reggae, indie rock, and avant-hip hop blended with the fury of a free wild muse.