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Today, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Lauren Sanderson unveils her brand new EP, DONT PANIC!, via Epic Records.

Get it HERE.

The six-track project formally opens up her world—underscored by what’s become a signature hybrid of pop ambition, hip-hop gusto, R&B swagger, and alternative mystique.

She introduces DONT PANIC! with the simmering single “The Only One. Driven by an unpredictable beat and island-kissed reggae grooves, her rap-style cadence builds towards an infectious and irresistible chant.

Beyond the single, the tracklisting spans the sassy, smart, and sharp “Shut Em Up” and delicately heartfelt “Better Anyway.

Don’t panic, because Lauren Sanderson has arrived to change pop for good.

She recently wrapped up her successful Trust The Universe Tour, which sold out dates in numerous markets across North America. She made a major splash earlier this year, garnering acclaim from Complex, Cosmopolitan, and more as the breakout single “Written in the Stars” [feat. PnB Rock] eclipsed 1.7 million Spotify streams and 1 million YouTube views and counting.

These stories just don’t happen on their own—somebody makes them happen through blood, sweat, tears, and dreams. Completely self-made, the songstress quietly cooked up her self-released EP Spaces in 2017. Upon release, it captured #1 on iTunes Top R&B Albums Chart with no traditional promotion. Additionally, singles like “Fake Love” and “Anyone” [feat. Former Vandal] would both crack the 1 million mark on Spotify. Last year, she independently routed, scheduled, and booked an 18-city tour. Resonating within the hearts and minds of a diehard audience, she not only has amassed over 283K cumulative social followers but she also often pens letters by hand for them. Earmilk noted, “The boss lady has been delivering classics for the last handful of years and can never be accused of making music without a message.”

Be on the lookout for more music very soon!

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