New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
On August 6, Billboard-charting singer Liza Fox and DJ Jus Grata released their new album "I Am Not I". Touted as "a marvelous pop/dance affair of the highest order" by DJ Robert Scott, the album raises awareness of bipolar disorder.
Bipolar disorder is often associated with mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs several times a day to a few times a year. The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that bipolar disorder affects about 60 million people worldwide.
Each of the six songs in the "I Am Not I" album is a unique intertwined story that reveals a facet of the singer's multidimensional personality: A fighter in "I Am Not I", a clubber in "Coffee Face," an avenger in "Love Gun," a romantic in "Seize the Moment," a flirt in "Super Jazz," and a go-getter in "Unlimited
"The true epic of Liza Fox and her struggle against battling her bipolar disorder." - MusicDish
"It will surely become a rage in the EDM circuits." - ACM Computers in Entertainment
The album is available on iTunes and Amazon:
Mastered for iTunes (MFiT): http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1012782234
To top it off, candid interviews with singer Liza Fox have been scheduled to appear in:
1. Hollywood Weekly (Summer Issue, August 25)
2. College Underground Magazine (Fall Issue, October 1)
3. The bp Magazine for Bipolar (Fall Issue, October 4)
American singer-songwriter Liza Fox has one song on the U.S. Billboard chart and two songs on the U.K. Music
Week chart. Producer and DJ Jus Grata has 11 songs in the Top 10 radio charts in Europe, including five songs at number one.
Hollywood Weekly is a monthly digital and print lifestyle magazine that caters to affluent consumers in 60 countries worldwide. The "No Gossip, Strictly Entertainment" editorial focuses on the arts, fashion, film, and music.
College Underground Magazine is taking College Underground Radio's popular platform geared towards unsigned independent artists to print and to the web.
bp Magazine strives to increase the awareness of bipolar disorder and to provide hope and empowerment to those in the bipolar community - people with bipolar disorder, along with their families, caregivers, and health-care professionals.