NoMBe Offers a First Look Into 'They Might've Even Loved Me- Re:Imagination'
Almost one year has passed since the release of electro-soul singer NoMBe's debut album They Might've Even Loved Me. Today he announced a collab-packed revival of his album titled They Might've Even Loved Me- Re:Imagination, which is due March 6. The 15 track project took up a majority of NoMBe's time last year, but he was determined to create an unconventional tribute to his first album.
With features from 31 different artists, They Might've Even Loved Me- Re:Imagination is your one-stop shop to listen to all your favorite artists all in one place. NoMBe meticulously hand-selected artists like slenderbodies, RAC, Louis Futon, and so many more that he genuinely respects to create a tribute album quite like no other.
Today NoMBe dropped "Drama 2.0" and "Eden 2.0," the two lead singles from They Might've Even Loved Me- Re:Imagination. With some traces of the original song, "Drama 2.0â€³ soars with the smooth melodies from XYLà˜ and percussion-soaked synths from RAC. "Eden 2.0â€³ has new life breathed into it from the harmonies of slenderbodies and female vocals from Jacquie. While the original and revised versions of both tracks are catchy electro-pop productions, the new arrangements are refreshing and new entities entirely unto their own.
NoMBe spoke further on the upcoming project, sharing,
"It's been almost a year that my first album 'They Might've Even Loved Me' saw the light of day and since then, I tried to find innovative ways to go about the remixes. I didn't want to do another remix package however. So the team and I went on a long quest to reach out to a wide array of artists that we loved and asked them to a be part of something more original. It's the most collaborative thing I've ever done and a huge undertaking especially for my team at Th3rd Brain. They've dealt with over 100 artists in the process! Re-writing verses, re-producing, re-tracking, re-imagining these original songs. This project is not a remix album. It is a labor of love reinterpreting 'They Might've Even Loved Me.'"
For more from NoMBe, revisit our exclusive performance and interview with the visionary electro-soul artist below.