Pop Singer, Songwriter, And Producer Andrew Thomas Hits 3.3 Million Views On Single 'liquor Talkin'
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NEW YORK - eMusicWire -- Andrew Thomas' eagerly awaited single "Liquor Talkin" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YYl5Drs1YY) was released on June 1, 2021, and in the span of four weeks, has gained over 3.3 million views on Vevo and nearly half a million downloads on Spotify. On the tail-end of the COVID, we are taken through a hotel bar full of mannequins, following Thomas as he makes the lonely journey through the room, liquor in hand as he sings of a lost love that pulls us in from the beginning.

While fans flocked to experience this new single, which was filled with a dreamlike tune and hauntingly universal lyrics, Thomas did not go unnoticed by other heavy hitters in the industry. Talents like Snoop Dogg and Waka Flocka Flame were among a couple to take notice of this up-and-comer's distinct sound. A sound that he credits artists such as Dr. Dre, Linkin Park, and DMX as inspirational figures in finding himself as a musician. Thomas has also hit his own personal career milestone after debuting his work on MTV Live, a move that has proven as a step in the right direction as he has secured a position that invites him back in rotation fifteen times a week, never leaving his audience hanging.

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About Andrew Thomas- A hidden gem that hails from the quiet suburbs of Minnesota, Andrew Thomas (https://www.instagram.com/iamandrewthomas/) is the artist to watch for this year, based on the performance of his newest musical debut. His journey into the music path started at the young age of eight when he discovered his talent for the piano. From there, he started to grow into his own sound, going not only from finding his unique sound but diving into the writing and performing side of music until he found his home in producing.

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