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April Rose Gabrielli’s Soho Records Debut Single “Do You?” Enters Billboard AC Chart At #27

Singer/Songwriter April Rose Gabrielli’s debut single Do You? Released Soho Records & AWAL/Sony makes her Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart Debut at #27, in between Shawn Mendes and The Weeknd. 

“Do You?” is creating incredible buzz, also reaching #1 on the Mediabase Adult Contemporary Independent Artists Ranking, and is in the Top 25 on the Mediabase Adult Contemporary Chart. 

“Do You?” is the debut single from alternative-rock singer, songwriter, pianist, producer and poet: April Rose Gabrielli. “Do You?” is the perfect musical introduction to April as it represents the way she often weaves poetic lyrics, powerhouse vocals and stacked harmonies into a rock track centered around catchy pop melodies. Thematically, using the words “Do You?” in a few different contexts, the lyrics touch upon the ways in which she has mastered the art of emotional deflection and indecision to “keep the peace” with those around her. The track was written and produced by April Rose Gabrielli, with production, songwriting and engineering help from Kulick (Enci Records) & lifelong friend Kevin Eiserman.

With her following growing; already at over a half a million song streams, monthly listeners and followers growing at a fast pace, April is growing a loyal band of fans who revel in a creative fresh, authentic approach to music and performance. In lieu of launching her solo music career, April Rose signed an exclusive songwriting deal with BMG Publishing as well as partnering with Casio Music Gear and Avantone Pro

Watch the “Do You?” music video by April Rose Gabrielli here:

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