An artist might release dozens of albums over the course of a career, but she only gets one debut. She only gets one chance to come out of nowhere, to be new.
Today that debuting artist is Paris-born, Berklee-raised, Brooklyn-based Ali Zagame.
Brutally Honest explores the arc and disintegration of a romantic relationship through tough, disarmingly pretty songs. “I’m going to feel this pain,” she calls out in “In Time,” the album’s upbeat closer, “and let it change me.”
Why? Because change is the door to the next.
Listen to Brutally Honest (it’s aptly named)… and then listen to it again. It’s new.