Taylor Swift isn’t the only country star making waves and shaking up the music industry. Openly gay country music artist, Patrick Masse already has two hit records under his belt, and early in 2019 he is set to release his new third highly anticipated record. In February 2019, the new self-titled “Patrick Masse” album from the Canadian star is set to drop and the country music scene is shook!
For twenty years, Patrick Masse has been making a name for himself throughout the Canadian music industry. Working with some amazing and well-recognized artists, Masse has proven himself a formidable brand in the country music world. His first album, “Get There From Here” was released in 1998 in Canada to critical acclaim and international interest. His second album, “Mend the Man” had singles make the charts and garnered Patrick Masse fandom across the world and a new global fan base.
Next year, Patrick Masse is releasing his third full length album, named simply “Patrick Masse”. The Vancouver native has already dropped two singles for this upcoming record. His first single from the upcoming self-titled album is called “Little Bit of Saturday”. Little Bit of Saturday is a track that Patrick co-wrote and it was produced by Kuya Productions, who are well known for their Alessia Cara, JRDN, Shawn Desmond, etc. collaborations.
The second single from “Patrick Masse” is scheduled to be released early next year. The track, called “Let’s Ride” was produced by Gypsy Soul Records, Hits radio, and the NET, and was co-written with KUYA. Nominated for several awards, including the Ray MacAuley Memorial ‘Horizon’ BCCMA Award, Patrick Masse new album is sure to be a successful third record.
2019 will mark a new year for a lot of fun, new music. If you are a country music fan, Canada’s very own Patrick Masse’s greatly anticipated album “Patrick Masse” should be a record you’re on the lookout for. Supported by More Music Management and Believe Digital Distribution, Canadian country music star Patrick Masse’s third album will be out in February 2019.