Joel Baker Releases Another Banger While Fans Wait for his Debut LP

“I gave all my words to you, to you, to you
But what’s a song without someone to sing it to?”
– Joel Baker, “What’s A Song?” 

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Joel Baker is out with a new single that has just hit digital stores and streaming platforms a day and a half ago. Coming out with soulful hit after hit, Joel Baker, shines bright again on “What’s A Song?” This talented artist cleverly fuses genres together in his songwriting and production. Elements of folk, hip-hop, and pop can be heard in “What’s A Song?” even on the vocal delivery. Pulling inspiration from so many different genres of music is one of the things that truly sets Joel Baker apart from other artists and allows him to stand out and rise quicker. When comparing “What’s A Song?” to his last standout single “Rupi Kaur,” it’s clear that “What’s A Song?” is more fit for pop radio and “Rupi Kaur” is more a folk song and cult-classic for fans. However, both songs show the true artistry that makes up Joel Baker and both songs could still find a home on the same record and be fitting. Enjoy the animated video on YouTube to hear “What’s A Song?”

The singer-songwriter will soon release his highly anticipated debut full length record and take off to go on tour shortly after. Here are the released dates:

10 APRIL 2019 – Cardiff, 10 Feet Tall

11 APRIL 2019 – Manchester, YES (Basement)

12 APRIL 2019 – Glasgow, The Glad Café

13 APRIL 2019 – Tynemouth, Surf Cafe

23 APRIL 2019 – London, The Lexington

24 APRIL 2019 – Leicester, The Cookie

26 APRIL 2019 – Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge

27 APRIL 2019 – Nottingham, Bodega Social Club

Don’t miss the show! Follow Joel Baker on Social Media:

http://twitter.com/joelbakermusic
http://instagram.com/joelbakermusic


Written by Ryan Cassata

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