James Reid drops new single 'Hello'

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(Source: Careless Music Manila/Facebook)
(Source: Careless Music Manila/Facebook)

Filipino-Australian singer-actor James Reid dropped his new single “Hello” at midnight on June 18 under his label Careless Music.

“Hello” offers a fresh soul meets electro-funk sound that spotlights the singer-actor’s musical talent. The track shares the same upbeat psychedelic synth vibe from his January 2021 single “Soda.”

Celebrity photographer Edrey Paul did the shoot for “Hello,” which captured James in a blurred state through motion photography. Meanwhile, Gee Jocson styled James for the shoot featuring clothes from Filipino brands Hoodwink and Mazee.

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James has a prolific music career. He has one studio album, three extended plays, twenty-seven singles (four as a featured artist), three soundtrack albums, one mixtape, and twenty-one music videos under his belt. He secured his first contract with Star Records with Bret Jackson after being declared the Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) in 2010.

James continued to nurture his partnership with Bret and in 2017, they founded Careless Music, “an independent record label committed to creating progressive content through a platform that allows artists to fully invest in their creativity and growth.”

Ana Catalina Paje is a development journalist passionate about grassroots communication geared towards genuine social change. She also writes about showbiz, lifestyle, and all things Pinoy pride. The views expressed are her own.

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