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Justine Skye travels on an 'Ultraviolet' frequency

How new confidence, an alter-ego, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and her desire to become personable again influenced the LP.

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Justine Skye has gone from internet sweetheart to a bold and audacious artist. And in our recent interview with the 22-year-old singer, she makes it clear that she is traveling on a different wavelength.

Ultraviolet, her new album, showcases tremendous growth for the young songstress, as she navigates through life's growing pains. Admittedly, Skye has decided to hold herself accountable for her own happiness. While discussing the journey behind the release, she describes the album as an opportunity to reflect and move past heartbreak both in relationships and friendships.

During our sit-down, Skye explains how new confidence, an alter-ego, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and her desire to become personable again influenced the LP.

The singer explains how new confidence, an alter-ego, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and her desire to become personable again influenced the LP.

The perils in her rearview have led her to seek refugee in music that brings her joy and in doing so, she hopes the message is one that uplifts listeners. With that in mind, each song on the album depicts both the angst and reality of each situation that have come her way. As listeners will point out, her candor is evident at each turn, but surprisingly does not leave her wallowing in self-pity.

We believe her lessons will serve as a great example of how to turn a negative into a positive. Better yet, she turns darkness into ultraviolet light.

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