André Smoke, the talented singer from West
Virginia who auditioned for American Idol,
has just released his latest single “Faded.”
This marks his first release and showcases
his unique sound and style, with a throwback to 2000’s pop.
“Faded” deals with the complex emotions
that come with a failing relationship. With a
catchy hook that goes “I’m not missing you, if I had someone new, I’d be moving on and
you’d be faded,” the song explores the conflicting feelings of missing someone while also recognizing the need to move on.
The song was written in Nashville by a team of songwriters, including Jamison Fox, Isaac
Sprintis, Yakov Vorobyev, and Mau Montekio. It was produced by Yakov Vorobyev and Mau Montekio, with Jessy Covets adding her touch on the drums and mixing the track.
Andre Smoke’s smooth voice perfectly captures the emotion and depth of the lyrics, making “Faded” a song that is sure to resonate with fans of pop. The throwback to 2000’s pop in the production gives the single a nostalgic feel that is perfect for fans of that era.
Speaking about the inspiration behind “Faded,” Andre Smoke said: “This song is about a relationship that’s not working out, but both people are missing each other for completely different reasons. It’s a complicated situation that a lot of people can relate to, and I’m excited to share it with the world.
“With his unique sound and powerful voice, Andre Smoke is a rising star in the music industry. “Faded” is just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting career for this talented artist.
The single is now available on all major streaming platforms. To learn more about Andre Smoke and his music, visit his website and on Instagram.