Maryann - Futuristic Always

Posted 2 years ago
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According to Sacramento native Maryann, "90s R&B is back with a twist." What, exactly, does this mean? Well, one listen to her brand new album, Futuristic Always, should answer that question.

Featured on the 15-track album, which pushes the boundaries of urban/pop music, are previously-released, Booth-approved selections "#CookingForBae" and "You and Me."

Joining the N-Crowd signee are special guests Devin The Dude and Guilty Simpson, along with label mates Chuuwee and Takticz. Fellow West Coaster N8 the Gr8 handles production on the entire album.

Starting on Monday, April 28, Futuristic Always will be available for digital purchase and stream via The DJBooth.

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