Baby FuzZ, Plastic Paradise Review
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Baby FuzZ (Brandon Lowry also known as Sterling Fox) is a New York session player, songwriter and music producer. After moving to Montreal from New York after the 2016 election, Fox created the alter ego called Baby FuzZ. Soon after he made a full-length album based around the character, which was pieced together from recordings started in Montreal, New Jersey, Oregon, and Norway. In late 2017 Baby FuzZ released his single “Cig,” which reached #2 on Hype Machine’s Popular Charts and began to gather some critical acclaim for its unique pitch shifted sound and songwriting prowess. Baby FuzZ co-wrote “Man on the Moon” and “If I’m Dancing” on the Britney Spears album, Glory and contributed on guitar and background vocals on “Man on the Moon.” Over the course of his career, he has written songs with artists such as, Madonna, Max Martin, and Julia Michaels, among others. Baby FuzZ’s single titled, “Burial” (Read our Review Here), was released on October 26, 2018 and his follow-up single titled, “I’m Still Holding Out for You” (Read our Review Here). Baby FuzZ is now releasing his full-length album titled, Plastic Paradise. The ten track album is a whirlwind of styles, solid songwriting and Baby FuzZ’s unique vocal style that paris R&B with pop and rock through a wide vocal range and colors.
I'm Still Holding Out For You
What U Gonna Do 4 Luv
Condition of the Heart
Release Date: February 26, 2019
Baby FuzZ has a vast variety of styles on Plastic Paradise, the common thread is his excellent songwriting and his strong vocal skills.