The Daniel Caesar Never Enough Album Is Here

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Back for his first studio album in four years, the 15-track Daniel Caesar Never Enough album has finally been released. Featuring songs with Mustafa, serpentwithfeet, Omar Apollo, Ty Dolla $ign, and many more, the Toronto-based Canadian R&B singer has returned with his most personal record to date.

The Daniel Caesar Never Enough album was produced by the artist himself along with his brother Zachary Simmons, Tony! Toni! Toné!’s Raphael Saadiq, the talented Mark Ronson, Canadian instrumental band BadBadNotGood, and other talented artists. Caesar wrote Never Enough while quarantined at a farm in Canada during the pandemic. The album clearly shows the artist’s reflections on the development of his illustrious career and how it influenced every part of his life.

“I basically had most of the songs for the album already made by the time I got in here, and I’ve just been tinkering and adding people’s parts and doing stuff like that for the past year,” Caesar told Apple Music. “But which one was it, ‘Vince Van Gogh,’ I did in here. ‘Buyer’s Remorse’ as well. The more weird experimental joints are the ones that I didn’t hear, so they hold a special place in my heart.”

Daniel Caesar Never Enough album
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“Do You Like Me?” was the album’s lead single and released earlier this year on January 27. “Let Me Go,” the second single, was made available on February 10. Caesar revealed the album’s title on February 28 and the album’s release date, cover image, and tracklist on March 21.

The third single, “Valentina,” was made available on March 31. The fourth and last single from the album, “Unstoppable,” dropped on April 4.

Listen to the full Daniel Caesar Never Enough album below!

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