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JMSN Confirms June London Show, Announces New Album 'Whatever Makes U Happy'

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

JMSN has announced a summer London show as part of a European tour supporting his fifth album, Whatever Makes U Happy'.

The Detroit-bred singer-songwriter and producer, aka Christian Berishaj, will release the follow up to last year's 'It Is' on April 28 through his own label White Room Records. Stream the initial single from the record, Drinkin', below.

'Whatever Makes U Happy'

1. Drinkin'

2. Always Somethin'

3. Love Ain't Enough

4. Slide
5. Where Do U Go

6. Slowly

7. Angel

8. Patiently

In support of the new album, Berishaj will embark on a North American tour in May before heading to the UK and Europe, including a date at London's Village Underground on June 27. Tickets are on sale at 10am on March 31, priced £15.00 plus fees.

 

 

JMSN Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue June 27 2017 - LONDON Village Underground

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