Distinguished musician Daniel Caesar will unveil his highly anticipated debut studio album “Never Enough” this Friday (April 7). As of now, fans will be able to enjoy strong previews such as the Raphael Saadiq and Sir Dylan-produced “Valentina,” “Do You Like Me?,” and “Let Me Go,” the latter of which he performed live on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” earlier this week.
Yesterday (April 4), the Canadian R&B savant Daniel Caesar has returned to the stage to give one last glimpse into the album before it is officially released. With “Unstoppable,” Caesar’s new single, a track he co-produced with Christopher Jennings and Sir Dylan, features a fantastic intro and outro from Sabrina Claudio, as well as a vocal introduction and outro from Caesar himself. There’s a song called Japanese Denim on which the singer sings about how he’s ready to conquer the world with his lover and nothing will stand in their way to do so.
In 2019, Daniel Caesar released his last full-length record, Case Study 01, a ten-song album which was a collaborative effort between the singer and other artists including Pharrell Williams, Brandy, Jacob Collier, Sean Leon, and John Mayer. Before that, there was Freudian, which was released in 2017 and contained several breakout singles, including “Best Part” with H.E.R and “Get You” a collaboration with Kali Uchis. It should be noted that he has been featured on more recent collaborations than just his own releases, including “careless” with FKA twigs, “Peaches” with Justin Bieber alongside Giveon and “Invincible” with Omar Apollo.