Melanie Pfirrman – I Don’t Wanna Love – The Hype Magazine

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Published on August 2nd, 2018 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


Melanie Pfirrman – I Don’t Wanna Love

Curb Records welcomes new pop artist Melanie Pfirrman to its roster as she releases her debut EP, I Don’t Wanna Love, available now across all digital platforms worldwide. I Don’t Wanna Love was produced by David Garcia, Sean Cook, Andreas Moss & David Thulin and features three infectious pop tracks including the upbeat title track, current single, “Go Steady” and the gorgeous duet “Lonely” featuring Andreas Moss.

“Working with Curb Records has been nothing short of a dream come true,” says Pfirrman. “They understand me as an artist and my vision. I want to make music that is relatable, honest and true to my heart. I am incredibly proud of  I Don’t Wanna Love  and I can’t wait for people to hear it!”

It was earlier this year when music fans caught wind of the California native when she was featured on Andreas Moss’ breakout single “Lonely”. Since then the breakthrough artist has already garnered a strong following attracting over 1 million on-demand streams to date.  Her current single, “Go Steady,” has jumped into the Top 10 on Radio Disney top songs list and is Top 20 on Mediabase’ 3-Day Building Chart.

“We are extremely excited about Melanie Pfirrman and the release of her debut EP, I Don’t Wanna Love,” shares Curb | Word Entertainment SVP/General Manager, Ryan Dokke. “Melanie’s voice and overall energy is absolutely undeniable. She is an important part of our company’s future, and we are honored to be a part of her team and to share her talents with the world.”

Pfirrman is introducing herself to the world via YouTube with “This is Melanie Pfirrman,” where she opens up about her journey as a women in music.

The powerhouse female vocalist is paving her own way with a voice that is leaving audiences speechless, and an energy and confidence that catches the attention of anyone with the opportunity to listen.

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