Independent artist Hazel Brown has dropped a new single titled “Woman.” An empowering track that should be directly added to your playlist.
Hazel Brown, who was born in Lüneburg, Germany, in October 1999, launched her music career in 2012 with the Soundcloud release of the tune “With Me.” She continued to make songs on her guitar even though she was very young at the time, occasionally recording them with her father’s assistance.
She kept polishing her art throughout her time in school by giving performances on numerous local stages. She worked on and wrote songs while enlisting in the German Navy after college. She released her debut EP, Fallen Too Far, in March 2020. She became addicted to music production as well as the creative process as a result, recording and producing everything at home.
Green was written by the vocalist in collaboration with Desso, who would later work with her often. It was published in June 2020, and was quickly followed by Hazel’s solo single “Now That It Fell.” The first track, “Honey,” from Hazel’s second EP, “Stay A Little Longer,” was made available in June 2021. Six tracks from this second album, which was released in November 2021, included another collaboration with Desso on the song You Can Break My Heart.
Hazel is really pleased and constantly works for the progressive learning that occurs from one EP to the next. Her forthcoming work will still have melodic hooks and words that are reflective of her own experiences.
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