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Coleman Hell’s unique voice gives a grown-up tint to the singer-songwriter’s blend of EDM, R&B, and pop. While the beats and hooks of “Fireproof” and “Flowerchild” are festival-caliber, Hell’s singing echoes the eminent presence of Sting and Peter Gabriel. Among several potential hits, nothing conveys the album’s mounting excitement better than “Run Wild.”

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Underrated!

I saw Coleman Hell in Portland this summer. I was pleasantly surprised! I only had heard 2 Heads at that point. However, I really liked his other songs so much better. He's one of my favorite "newcomers". This is a great album. I don't think one will be too terribly disappointed.

Biography

Born: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Canada, raspy-voiced, genre-mingling dance popster Coleman Hell is a producer/singer/songwriter based in Toronto, Canada. After a stint as half of the Thunder Bay hip-hop duo Burnz N Hell with Joey Burnz in the early 2010s, he co-founded the Toronto artist collective Sideways, which also included Shan Vincent de Paul, La+ch, and Michah. Amid a handful of singles beginning with 2012's dance rap "Glow" (produced by La+ch), he released the mixtape Stark Raving in 2013...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 14, 2016

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