After The Voice

Check out new music from Royce Lovett, MaKenzie Thomas and more

  • Royce Lovett from The Voice Season 17
    Royce Lovett from The Voice Season 17


New post-Voice music out includes a debut mixtape from Royce Lovett and an album of covers from MaKenzie Thomas.

New music is also out from Tim Atlas, Jordyn Simone and Ignatious Carmouche.

Here’s a bit about each of those releases. The links take you to the releases on Apple Music.

* Royce Lovett from Season 17 has been one of the more prolific artists when it comes to releasing music since The Voice. Last last month, he released his first mixtape, “They Say I Don’t Rap Enough, Vol. 1.” It’s an 11-song collection. “Trap” is especially hypnotic. Royce also has a song called “Out of Your Head” on the “End of the Tour” soundtrack. The song was written by Royce’s wife.

* MaKenzie Thomas from Season 15 is back with another collection of covers, this one a full album called “Love, MaKenzie.” The 11 tracks include two versions of “A Couple of Forevers” by Chrisette Michele. MaKenzie also takes on “Fire We Make” by Alicia Keys and “Four Page Letter” by Aaliyah. Back in February, MaKenzie released “Note for Note” featuring six different cover songs.

* Tim Atlas from Season 9 released a new single called “Courtside” on Friday. He wrote the song with Rami Jrade and Daniel Weber. There’s a music video too, directed by Yú and starring Roman Pesino. Tim celebrated 13.1 million streams of his music in 2020. This marks his fourth release of 2021 and he has an EP coming soon.

* Jordyn Simone from Season 14 has released a sultry new single called “Drown.” Inspired by a summer fling, she says the song marks the beginning of a new season for her musically. “I felt extremely empowered by my femininity, so much so that I felt as though I needed to write about it,” she told Sparky. It marks Jordyn’s first release of 2021, but she says another called “Burn” is right around the corner.

Ignatious Carmouche from Season 13 released “Forever Love,” his first single of 2021, earlier this month. Ignatious wrote the song with Rosie Bonds. Ignatious also recently celebrated his 27th birthday.

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