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Tina Harris is back. Follow the journey beginning now at TinaHarris.com as we countdown to the November 13th release of "So Addicted", the first single from her new album "Free To Love" available January 22, 2016.

Harris’ first U.S.-released record comes years after her departure from then Germany-based Sweetbox, best known for its smash 1998 single “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.” The upbeat song fused Bach’s Overture No. 3 in D Major with a contemporary beat, an unforgettable hook and Tina’s spirited, flowing rap.

Sweetbox, however, was more of a brand than a band. Created in Germany, the producer-fashioned entity was something Harris says she basically stumbled into. And while it brought her a degree of worldwide fame, she says, the project ultimately left her own artistic expression dictated by executives. Years after her formal separation, the typical music-industry entanglements — hastily signed contracts, little-noticed clauses and differing ambitions— left her hamstrung, unable for years to emerge as a solo artist.

That is, up to now.

On "Free To Love" Tina has teamed up with Memphis based Archer Records and producer/collaborator Kerry Kernan (Darius Rucker, The Barkays, David Porter, Calvin Richardson)

Don't miss a minute: TinaHarris.com

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Tina Harris is back. Follow the journey beginning now at TinaHarris.com as we countdown to the November 13th release of "So Addicted", the first single from her new album "Free To Love" available January 22, 2016.

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Tina Harris is back. Follow the journey beginning now at TinaHarris.com as we countdown to the November 13th release of "So Addicted", the first single from her new album "Free To Love" available January 22, 2016.

Harris’ first U.S.-released record comes years after her departure from then Germany-based Sweetbox, best known for its smash 1998 single “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.” The upbeat song fused Bach’s Overture No. 3 in D Major with a contemporary beat, an unforgettable hook and Tina’s spirited, flowing rap.

Sweetbox, however, was more of a brand than a band. Created in Germany, the producer-fashioned entity was something Harris says she basically stumbled into. And while it brought her a degree of worldwide fame, she says, the project ultimately left her own artistic expression dictated by executives. Years after her formal separation, the typical music-industry entanglements — hastily signed contracts, little-noticed clauses and differing ambitions— left her hamstrung, unable for years to emerge as a solo artist.

That is, up to now.

On "Free To Love" Tina has teamed up with Memphis based Archer Records and producer/collaborator Kerry Kernan (Darius Rucker, The Barkays, David Porter, Calvin Richardson)

Don't miss a minute: TinaHarris.com

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