Indonesian singer Rahmania Astrini to release debut EP ‘Adolescent’

Slated for a February release

Indonesian singer Rahmania Astrini has confirmed a release date for her debut EP ‘Adolescent’.

The six-track project is scheduled for a February 12 release on Warner Music Indonesia, she announced on Instagram yesterday (January 26). “Three tracks down, three left to go,” she wrote, a reference to the singles she’s recently released: ‘Runaway’, ‘Finally Found You’ and the latest one, ‘Shush’.

According to the Instagram post, the other three songs that will appear on the tracklist are ‘Take Me Home’, ‘Baby’ and ‘Pretty Like You’.

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The 19-year-old artist worked on some songs for ‘Adolescent’, which is sung entirely in English, in a writing camp in Stockholm, Sweden. It was there that she collaborated with producer Björn “Mr. Fantastic” Djupström (who’s worked with the likes of Nicki Minaj, Jessie Reyez and Jennifer Lopez).

In Stockholm, Astrini also met and worked with Filipino duo Leanne & Naara – who were also in music camp working on their own material, including the single ‘Keeping Me Up’.

“We spent a couple of days together in Sweden – strolled around the city, drank more than two cups of coffee every time we wrote a song, and made a cover video together where they sounded totally amazing,” Astrini told Pop Inquirer.

“I truly had the best time of my life. It was really nice working with Leanne & Naara. They are music geniuses who are really funny, kind, and just amazing – I’m really excited for their upcoming releases as well!”

Last week, Astrini shared a video for ‘Shush’, which was written by Los Angeles-based songwriter Toby Gad. The luxe clip surrounds Astrini with dancers in a fancy mansion. See it below:

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The cover art for Rahmania Astrini’s ‘Adolescent’ is:

Indonesia singer Rahmania Astrini confirms release of debut EP Adolescent

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