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After the dissolution of Meg & Dia (a duo with her sister), Dia Frampton went solo. Her debut album, Red, picks up where she left off as second runner-up for the 2011 season of NBC’s The Voice: test-driving her vocal cords with a myriad of commercial-friendly musical genres. Kid Cudi lends his laidback rhyming style to the opening cut, “Don’t Kick the Chair”; it's an uplifting slice of polished indie pop with melodies catchier than a TV jingle. “Isabella” shifts gears to drive a rootsy folk-pop number with banjo, glockenspiel, and propulsive rhythms. Blake Shelton (Frampton’s coach on The Voice) joins her on the heartfelt country-pop duet “I Will,” where dramatic countrypolitan string arrangements help turn it into an insta-hit of Nashvegas proportions. She switches things up yet again with “Billy the Kid,” a quirky dance-club jam in the spirit of Lady GaGa. Frampton even takes on a singer/songwriter role with “Daniel,” an acoustic coffeehouse-style ditty.

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Absolutely love it!

I've been a fan of Dia Frampton since the show "The Voice". Her style of music is just really refreshing, and she's honestly a good to heart person. I enjoy the most that she writes to her fans and replies when she can on Facebook despite being popular and busy. I really enjoyed her cd "Red". My favorite songs from it are; "The Broken Ones" and "I Will". But overall, I enjoyed all of them! Keep up the great work Dia Frampton. I hope to hear you on the radio one day, your songs are radio quality to me.

all the neighbors hear it down the halls

I am a die hard Meg & Dia fan and I ADORE this album. I am super obsessed with Isabella and Good Boy. I think whoever thinks this is too poppy and unlike Meg&Dia I say pishposh! This is very much Dia and I love love it. It's sweet and shy like Dia and it also brings me back to Something Real, but an updated version.


Dia is a talented songwriter, and the songs are amazing. I highly reccommend!


Born: October 3, 1987 in Utah

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dia Frampton began her career as an alt-rocker, logging three summers on the Warped Tour and releasing several albums as part of Meg & Dia, a duo that also featured her older sister. Formed in Draper, Utah, the group relocated to Salt Lake City in 2005, where the sisters began recruiting additional members for their live band. Meg & Dia eventually became a fairly successful indie act, prompting Warner Bros. to sign the girls and release their third album, Here, Here and Here, in April 2009. The label...
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