X Factor Star Luke Chappell Just Announced The Tracklist For His Upcoming Album And It Looks Fire

Cosmic Heaven will be dropping sometime during the summer

Luke Album Cover

While the island is eagerly waiting for X Factor Malta winner Michela Pace to release her Eurovision entry, another young star from the show is working hard at getting ready to release his debut album.

Luke Chappell, who made it to the semi-final of the show's first season, has announced that he will be dropping his debut album 'Cosmic Heaven' later this year. Whilst there is no official release date yet, the young artist and his team are aiming for a summer release, sometime between the months of May and June.

Luke recently dropped the album's tracklist, giving everyone a sneak peek into Cosmic Heaven

The album features 13 original tracks, including two that have already been released on his YouTube; Young Dumb Things and Losing Faith In Humanity (which is the song Luke used to audition for the X Factor). It will cover various genres including R'n'B, rap and indie, as well as a ballad or two. But Luke has promised that audiences will be jumping and having a great time at his performances!

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The tracklist for Cosmic Heaven.

Once the album is released, it will be available on Spotify for streaming and downloading, and it will also be available for preorder from a week before.

Luke will be performing alongside Yannick and other members of 215Collective tonight at 'KAM Show' in Sliema, where he will be performing the first track on the list live for the first time; 31.1.19. He's also said that this song will be released as a single before the launch of the album in the near future, so keep your eyes out for that drop!

Until then, treat your ears to some classic Luke Chappell vocals.

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