14 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rollicking pop-rock from the X Factor winner.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rollicking pop-rock from the X Factor winner.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings
chinonay

YESSSSSSS B*TCH💞️😍️

OH HOW IVE WAITED FOR HIM TO RELEASE AN ALBUM
HOPEFULLY THERES AN IMAGE THAT CONE WITH THE DELUXE VERSION 🤑️🙈️🦁️

emma -

10/10 would buy again

I’ve been waiting for this CD to come out since he auditioned for the XFactor, I fell in love as soon as he sang his first word. All the tracks are quality and not one of them disappoints. I encourage you to purchase the album just give it a listen, I’m sure you’ll love it as well.

Hhepp

Good well sung

Ben, your album/ CD is good and well produce as several the songs emphasis your unique voice. Make certain that you listen to Simon- directions and guidance and your flight shall be as high as an eagle!

About Ben Haenow

Ben Haenow came to fame when he won the 2014 season of the U.K.'s The X Factor. He was born and brought up in Croydon, South London; his parents divorced when he was four, and his mother worked three jobs to make ends meet. While still in his early teens, he suffered from depression and alcoholism, before discovering music. At the age of 15 he formed the rock band the Lost Audio with his brother, guitarist Alex, and toured the country before Alex developed a hearing problem and had to give up performing. Ben decided to audition for The X Factor; at the time he was working as a van driver, singing to passers-by on the street.

From his first performance on the show, Simon Cowell was a vocal supporter, expressing surprise that he didn't already have a record deal. With his boyish good looks, down-to-earth personality, and powerful, versatile voice, Haenow was an early favorite to win, and eventually triumphed with 57% of the public vote. In traditional X Factor fashion, his debut single, a cover of OneRepublic's "Something I Need," was released in late December and became the U.K.'s Christmas number one, beating Mark Ronson's hotly anticipated comeback single "Uptown Funk" to the top spot. Shortly thereafter, on his 30th birthday, Haenow unsurprisingly signed to Cowell's Syco label and began work on his debut self-titled album, which was released in November 2015. ~ John D. Buchanan

HOMETOWN
Croydon, London, England
GENRE
Pop
BORN
January 6, 1985

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