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PinkPantheress Drops Her Debut Album ‘Heaven Knows’: Stream It Now

Heaven Knows arrives two years after her debut mixtape To Hell With It.

PinkPantheress photographed on September 11, 2023 in New York.

PinkPantheress photographed on September 11, 2023 in New York.

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After years of making her mark on the music scene, PinkPantheress is ready to properly introduce herself with her debut album, Heaven Knows, out Friday (Nov. 10) via Warner UK.

“This album is an accumulation of music i’ve made over the last two years,” she wrote in her Instagram announcement last month. “I love everyone here, i cried the other day thinking of how lucky i am to have people willing to listen to me, you are never taken in vain. to my fanpages, i love you, you’re always there for me and i will never forget about how safe you make me feel. it’s been a long time comin from pain to capable of love, i hope you love each song you hear from me!”


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Heaven Knows arrives two years after her debut mixtapeTo Hell With It, which she released on Oct. 15, 2021, via Parlophone and Elektra Records. To Hell With it reached No. 73 on the Billboard 200. She dropped the remixes edition of the project on Jan. 28, 2022.

But in her recent i-D cover story, she said she “had to level up” with her first full-length album. “I couldn’t just use loops anymore. I had to get other people to come in,” PinkPantheress said of her previous sample-heavy musical style. Heaven Knows includes features from Rema (“Another Life”), Central Cee (“Nice to Meet You”), Kelela (“Bury Me”) and Ice Spice (“Boys a Liar, Pt. 2”) — the latter of which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 — as well as previously released singles “Mosquito” and “Capable of love.”

Listen to Heaven Knows below.

This article was originally published by Billboard U.S.

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