Luke Christopher Drops His Debut Studio Album TMRWFRVR

July 28, 2017
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Rapper/singer/producer Luke Christopher releases his highly anticipated debut studio album TMRWFRVR via ByStorm Entertainment / RCA Records.  The 15-track album was written and produced by Luke and features first single, “Waterfalls” as well as his popular track, “Lot To Learn,” which has received over 206 million streams worldwide and
over 12.2 million video views.

Whether it be rapping, singing and producing his own music, or producing and writing for the likes of some of music’s most profound artists, the 24-year-old Los Angeles-native can do it all. Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, music always surrounded Luke Christopher. At a young age, his father turned him on to the likes of Elton John, U2, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder while he also discovered hip-hop with Tupac’s All Eyez On Me. From here, he taught himself how to rap, sing and compose beats and by the age of 17, he was ready to be properly heard. Major labels clamored for his soulful and emotionally expansive style, leading to his signing with ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records in 2013. Soon after his signing, he duel-released his two EPs TMRW & YSTRDY.

TMRWFRVR Track listing

01 Lost

02 Waterfalls

03 Complicated

04 Believer

05 Can’t Sleep

06 Selfless

07 Jameson

08 Other Beds

09 Higher

10 Give Me Your Pain

11 SmallTown

12 Heartbreak Fiction

13 Pretend

14 Till You Die

15 Lot to Learn

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