King Princess recently made her TV debut performing her breakthrough single, ‘1950’ on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’
King Princess has had quite the year. Becoming the first artist to sign to Mark Ronson’s label, Zelig Records, she released her debut single, ‘1950’. The single was instantly met with critical acclaim, thanks to Harry Styles tweeting lyrics to the King Princess single, then creating a surge in streams of ‘1950’. Before she knew it, the world was now in awe of King Princess. We also published a discover article on King Princess and ‘1950’ in May this year.
Several months later, King Princess quickly followed up with the single, ‘Talia’, again this was met with critical acclaim. Music critics worldwide couldn’t quite get enough of the Brooklyn singing sensation so in June 2018, she released her debut EP, ‘Make My Bed’. The debut EP consists of five tracks including, ‘1950’ and ‘Talia’.
With an official musical body of work out in the open, King Princess has spent the last few months touring the world, which has led to her TV debut. On September 25th 2018, King Princess appeared on the BBC Two show, ‘Later… with Jools Holland’. The TV show hosted by Jools Holland is well-known for having musical performances from familiar faces as well as upcoming or undiscovered artists. For example, Jess Glynne appeared in the same episode, a pop star with a record-breaking UK number ones under her belt.
With King Princess slowly making her way around the world, it won’t be long before we see the LGBTQ+ artist become a global sensation, hopefully, We recently published an article on Nine albums you need to hear in 20GAYTEEN, in which King Princess was mentioned for her ‘Make My Bed’ EP.
We hope this won’t be the last time we see King Princess on the silver screen, as we just can’t quite get enough of her. With approval from the likes of Mark Ronson and Harry Styles upon others, it won’t be long until we get that debut album from the Brooklyn songstress.
You can watch King Princess perform ‘1950’ on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ below: