GRAMMY® Award-nominated and multi-platinum selling artist JULIA MICHAELS returns with a brand new single entitled “Jump” [feat. Trippie Redd] today. Get it HERE (Post & Share) via Republic Records.
The song heralds the arrival of her anxiously awaited full-length debut—coming soon.
The single reteams JULIA with frequent producer Nick Monson and longtime co-writer Justin Tranter. On the track, ethereal production ignites a groundswell of energy as the singer’s breathy verses culminate on a huge hypnotic hook just before Ohio rap maverick Trippie Redd drops an emotive and engaging verse of his own.
Since emerging in 2015, JULIA has transformed pop not only from behind-the-scenes as a songwriter whose credits span everyone from Justin Bieber to Selena Gomez, but in the spotlight as a solo artist. Her rapid rise can be attributed to identifiable honesty in every lyric. Within just a year since arrival, she garnered 2018 GRAMMY® nominations in the categories of “Best New Artist” and “Song of the Year” for “Issues.” That honesty is also why “Issues” received a triple-platinum certification from the RIAA, cracked 1 billion global streams and consumption of 10 million, became “the top-selling debut single by any artist in 2017,” and placed on Variety’s “30 Most Consumed Songs of 2017” as the only solo female contribution. It’s why the industry recognized her with nominations everywhere from American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards and RDMA’s to the MTV VMAS and MTV EMAS.
Extending and expanding her influence, she traffics at the forefront of numerous genres. She lent her voice to Clean Bandit’s international hit “I Miss You,” which became her first Top 10 entry on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Dance Songs chart. Right now, she also features on Keith Urban’s latest single “Coming Home” and rising artist Noah Kahan’s single “Hurt Somebody.” Other collaborations include a duet and writing credits on Shawn Mendes’ upcoming album, songs on Christina Aguilera’s upcoming album, a co-writing credit for Janelle Monàe’s latest “Make Me Feel,” and a sample of her vocals on Migos’ “Gang Gang.” Moreover, she’s written on recent albums from P!nk, Maroon 5, and Jesse Ware.
Next up on May 18, she performs “Jump” on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! and on the Today Show Summer Concert SeriesJuly 27.
Julia continues to shine on stage as well. Following sold out shows alongside Shawn Mendes and Niall Horan overseas, she embarks on her first official U.S. tour, joining Maroon 5 for the Red Pill Blues Tour beginning this June (see dates below).
“Jump” is just the beginning. Be on the lookout for more soon!
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Julia Michaels f/ Trippie Redd “Jump” Links:
RED BLUE PILLS TOUR WITH MAROON 5
May 30 • Tacoma, WA • Tacoma Dome
June 1 • Oakland, CA • Oracle Arena
June 2 • Sacramento, CA • Golden 1 Center
June 4 • Los Angeles, CA • The Forum
June 5 • Los Angeles, CA • The Forum
June 7 • Phoenix, AZ • Talking Stick Resort Arena
June 9 • Dallas, TX •American Airlines Center
June 10 •Houston, TX • Toyota Center
June 12 • San Antonio, TX • AT&T Center
June 14 • New Orleans, LA •Smoothie King Center
June 16 • Tampa, FL • Amalie Arena
June 17 • Ft. Lauderdale, FL • BB&T Center
September 7 • Salt Lake City, UT •Vivint Smart Home Arena
September 9 •Denver, CO •Pepsi Center
September 11 •Kansas City, MO •Sprint Center
September 13 • St Louis, MO • Scott Trade Center
September 14 • Chicago, IL • United Center
September 16 • Milwaukee, WI •Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center
September 18 • St. Paul, MN • Xcel Energy Center
September 20 • Indianapolis, IN • Bankers Life Fieldhouse
September 22 • Louisville, KY • KFC Yum! Center
September 23 • Nashville, TN •Bridgestone Arena
September 25 • Columbus, OH • Nationwide Arena
September 27 • Toronto, ON • Air Canada Centre
September 29 • Pittsburgh, PA • PPG Paints Arena
September 30 • Detroit, MI • Little Caesars Arena
October 2 • Washington, DC • Capital One Arena
October 4 • Charlotte, NC • Spectrum Center
October 6 • Newark, NJ • Prudential Center
October 7 • Boston, MA • TD Garden
October 10 • Hartford, CT • XL Center
October 12 • Philadelphia, PA • Wells Fargo Center
October 14 • New York, NY • Madison Square Garden
October 15 • New York, NY • Madison Square Garden