Givēon’s New Four Song Ep When It’s All Said And Done Debuts On Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart! (Video)


GIVĒON continues his impressive breakout year with his new four song EP When It’s All Said And Done debuting at #93 on this week’s Billboard 200 charts. GIVĒON also sits on the Emerging Artists chart currently sitting at #8 this week.

Looking for more GIVEON? Check out his latest music video for “Stuck on You”

The song can be found on his critically acclaimed new EP, When It’s All Said And Done, available now.

Right out of the gate, When It’s All Said And Done garnered widespread critical acclaim from Teen VOGUE, Complex, Okayplayer, Lyrical Lemonade, Hollywood Life, OnesToWatch, and more. Additionally, he spoke to Vice and Elle in-depth about the new EP. Vice claimed, “On When It’s All Said and Done, GIVĒON merges his distinct tone with his talent for turning storylines into raw lyrics.”

Apple Music also just announced GIVĒON as the latest addition to its Up Next program—a monthly artist initiative geared towards identifying, showcasing and elevating rising talent. Watch the trailer for a preview of GIVĒON ‘s Up Next Film only on Apple Music.

Next up, he’ll perform on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! on November 2.

The surprise four-track project reflects the scope of his expansive and enigmatic style. Earlier this week, He previewed the EP with the single “Stuck On You.” GIVĒON’s deep baritone resounds alongside lush piano for one last late-night confession. Warm vocals thread around dreamy guitar on “Still Your Best” where he pleads, “Are you serious? Are you kidding me? What’s the deal.” During “Last Time” [feat. Snoh Aalegra], he locks into a call-and-response with Snoh as airy production echoes beneath their intimate invitation to “come over.” The track sustains a collaborative partnership as Snoh invited him to open her 2019 headline tour. Bringing everything together, the project serves as a continuation of his debut EP TAKE TIME.

GIVĒON made a major impression this year. TAKE TIME yielded fan favorites such as “LIKE I WANT YOU,” “HEARTBREAK ANNIVERSARY,” “FAVORITE MISTAKE,” and more. He also incited widespread tastemaker applause. UPROXX and OkayPlayer touted TAKE TIME among “The Best Albums of 2020 So Far.” Not to mention, he joined forces with Drake for “Chicago Freestyle,” which generated 160 million Spotify streams and counting.

When it’s all said done, GIVĒON asserts himself as the future of R&B.

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