LISTEN: Shekhinah drops second single off Trouble In Paradise

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After topping the radio charts with her latest single Fixate, Shekhinah dropped the second single Tides off her sophomore album.

Fixate launched the pre-order for Trouble In Paradise.

About her new album, she says: "My new project Trouble in Paradise is a continuation of my first album RoseGold which spoke to blissful ignorance. The idea is that all that was RoseGold is now ablaze. Paradise is no longer the place it used to be and trouble has come."

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Talking about the album cover art, she says: "Red for me signifies the burning of Paradise and the polaroid picture on fire signifies memories of the past. A broken heart ties in the melted ice cream (to signify comfort eating), the cassette tape (speaking to treasured memories/nostaligia) and the car illustration, which is an ode to the Suited music video which brings the concept full circle." 

Pre-order Trouble in Paradiseand get Fixate and Tides here.

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