The Virginia artist, known for his YouTube reaction videos, has announced his debut studio album “Less Than Strangers”
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Los Angeles East, California Sep 13, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Virginia musical artist and record producer Maxwell LeVan, known to his 100,000 social media followers for his YouTube series “Producer Reacts” and his viral TikTok content, announced his debut studio album as a singer/songwriter. On August 25th, LeVan posted to his Instagram announcing that his first album, titled “Less Than Strangers” will be available on October 28th. The YouTuber has released two singles in support of the project, following his “18-year-old me” EP in November of last year. Since the release of the 5 track EP, Maxwell has skyrocketed in viewership and audience retention, gaining over 30 million views on his social media content in the past year. He is also the owner of TL Records, a label that has given a platform to artists such as Nate McKenzie, whose viral song “MOSHINTHESTREET” sits at over 1 million streams globally. Maxwell promised to follow in the pop-punk footsteps of his first project, ensuring that his hiatus from YouTube is well worth it. The producer posted over 60 videos to his channel in 2021 and has only uploaded 5 videos so far this year. Promising his best work yet, the Instagram announcement video garnered a lot of attention, as it contained a snippet of a previously unheard song. According to Apple Music, “Less Than Strangers” is a 12-track album, and sits at 35 minutes in length. Considered as “one of Virginia’s most promising pop punk acts” by Spindigit, Maxwell LeVan is expected to break away from the stereotype of a social media musician and deliver an album that will solidify him as a punk rocker.
Lost My Mind: https://open.spotify.com/album/3NJATAixorcvruBst8nytj?si=QNeXL5O4T_SBDmTq1Q1WrQ
the day my heart collapsed: https://open.spotify.com/album/5KA6TkSSLJ7f2lfeBBdNzD?si=HvrHDUqjSXeg72lzshdgJQ
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