20 Sep 2018

Tsar B Drops New Single “Brazil” and Announces Name and Release Date of Debut Album

It’s not a big secret that we’re fans of Belgian singer and producer Tsar B. We are low-key obsessed with her psychedelic, electronic dark R&B pop music, that often has strong Middle-Eastern influences. That being said, we were excited to hear that the singer is releasing her long-awaited debut album.

Tsar B took to Instagram that she will be releasing her debut album called The games I played on October the 12th. She added “I can’t believe this is finally happening. The last two years I worked on this album together with really beautiful people. In the past, I found myself guilty of multiple cardinal sins like pride, gluttony and lust. I tried to put all my sins, fantasies, and games together in one work.” The singer continued, “My debut album The games I played is about my attempt to accept these shortcomings, yet at the same time trying to assuage them. I can’t believe it’s almost out. And I can’t wait to share it with you guys.”


With bangers like “Escalate” and “Ratlesnake”, Tsar B won the hearts of many. Not only in her home country Belgium, but all over the world. Her music is used daily by the world’s best twerkers, pole dancers and dancers in general. Today, an exciting single of the new album was released. The new song is called “Brazil” and is something Tsar B has played live before, so it isn’t a complete surprise to the fans. With the single being as good as it is, The games I played is promised to be something magical.

The long-awaited debut album of Tsar b will be released on October 12, but you can listen to “Brazil” now on Spotify and other streaming services.

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