October London (Snoop Dogg’s Artist) Shows Range With Emotionally Charged "Driving Me To Drink"


Preorder Color Blind: Hate & Happiness here

Cadillacc Music’s rising star October London sings past the pain on his new single, “Driving Me To Drink.” Produced by London, the soulful singer/songwriter/producer croons over electric guitars and crisp keys that compliment the song’s bluesy vibe. Premiering exclusively on Singersroom, “Driving Me To Drink” is the first single from October London’s upcoming EP release, Colorblind: Hate & Happiness- out April 7th. The brilliant body of work showcases London’s signature silky vocals and timeless production, his music is reminiscent of Marvin Gaye, The Debarge Brothers and Sam Cooke. Pre-order Colorblind: Hate & Happiness HERE.

Executive Produced by Snoop Dogg, Colorblind: Hate & Happiness comes off the heels of London's debut EP and short film, Color Blind: Love, starring Snoop Dogg, October London and Mike Epps.


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1. One Shot to Love
2. Top Down (feat. Snoop Dogg)
3. Dramatic
4. Driving Me to Drink
5. Somebody's Gettin My Love
6. Where's the Justice
7. So High
8. Sail Away

During Oscar weekend October London screened his short film and performed songs from his Color Blind: Love EP to a full house at the American Black Film Institute's: Oscar Noir Gala. The ABFI gala was hosted by Shaun Robinson, honorees included Angela Basset, Academy Award Winner for Best Picture Moonlight's director Barry Jenkins, Janelle Monae, Issa Rae and Jessie T. Usher.

Since the release of his first EP, London has quickly attracted audiences with his soulful sound and politically charged visuals, including his hit single "Black Man In America." Signed to Jazze Pha and Snoop Dogg's Cadillacc Music, October London is positioned to have a breakout year. With his work writing and performing the theme song to Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Part

London is sharing his multifaceted talents with the world.

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