Tiga - Don't Break My Heart - Cover Art


Following the major success of ‘Bugatti‘ (which featured Pusha T on a later version) and more recently his collaboration with Eats Everything, Tiga is preparing to release his third album; the first since 2009’s Ciao! early next year on Counter. “It’s a natural fit – I’m the original Counter. I count RESULTS. Advantage: Tiga City,” says Tiga.

Seven years is a lifetime, especially for lifetime full-time dreamers like me. Entire fantasy worlds have been loved and lost. Restaurants have opened and closed. I’ve taken the spiritual advice of those closest to me and chosen to remain inside the present, listening and growing until there’s no choice to spring out of the box and share my gift. And that gift is the simplest of questions and answers. What is love? It is what it is, and what it is is it’s everything.

For his first offering on Counter, Tiga will release a new single “Don’t Break My Heart”. Co-produced by Clarian North (ex-Footprintz), “Don’t Break My Heart” has already staked its place as the emotional climax of Tiga’s already climax-heavy live show.

The same world that has given me everything breaks my heart every day-ay. But if that’s the price I have to pay-ay, I wouldn’t have it any other way-ay. I can’t stop singing everything I say-ay.” says an exhausted Tiga, tears of song-sweat streaming down his natural singer’s face.

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