Hurricane is the debut studio album by American Idol season 14 winner Nick Fradiani. It was released on August 5, 2016, through Big Machine Records. During the six weeks before the start of the American Idols LIVE! tour, Fradiani played a number of radio-sponsored concerts, and worked on new songs with writers including Paul Doucette.
Hurricane (Nick Fradiani album). Hurricane is the debut studio album by American Idol season 14 winner Nick Fradiani. The album's lead single "Get You Home" was released on March 11, 2016. A video was shot on March 29 in Chicago, at Virgin Hotels Chicago, with model Michelle Hicks as the female lead. It was directed by Erik White and used real hotel guests as extras. Released on May 19, 2016, the video shows Fradiani having a.
Studio album by. Nick Fradiani. It was directed by Erik White and used real hotel guests as extras A second single, "All On You," was released on A. .
The debut album from vocalist Nick Fradiani, 2016's Hurricane, showcases the American Idol 14th season champion's earnest, romantic pop. The album features collaborations with a handful of producers and songwriters including Pär Westerlund (the Wanted, the Saturdays, Agnetha Fältskog), Jarrod Bettis (Gavin DeGraw, Needtobreathe, Hilary Duff), Jason Mraz, and others. Also showcased is Fradiani's American Idol coronation song, "Beautiful Life," co-written by Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba
Nick Fradiani - who won American Idol in 2015 - is set to drop his new LP, titled Hurricane, this Friday (August 5). And the 12-track project contains stabbing pop hooks, syrupy R&B drips and is arriving at the right time to throw its proverbial hat into the ring as the pop album of the summer. Songs like Nothing to Lose and In the Long Run are ripe for heavy Top 40 rotation, while the slow bubble of All on You and the uproarious chorus of Howl at the Moon stick on your brain like bubble gum on your sneaker.