Sorry, I’m Late: Here is everything we know about newcomer Lisa Mishra’s debut album


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Indian-American singer-songwriter Lisa Mishra dropped her debut album Sorry, I’m Late. Marking a significant milestone in her artistic career, this album is a collection of tales that emerged in the female experience exploring themes of loneliness, love, loss, anger, and redemption. Providing a unique blend of Indian and Western pop, this album has influences from R&B, drum and bass, Afrobeats, Indian semi-classical, trap, and hip-hop. Lisa also takes on the responsibilities of a songwriter, with composition and lyrical credits throughout the project. Let’s check out the complete details of this story.

Lisa previously released two tracks from the album called ‘Aadat’ and ‘Saza’

Ahead of the release of this album Lisa previously released two tracks from the album called ‘Aadat’ and ‘Saza’ which is already gaining immense popularity among music lovers. 

Moreover, with this album, we can also get some beautiful pieces from notable artists like Yashraj (‘Roshni’), Charan (‘Love Song’, ‘Roshni’), and Bhumika (‘Aadat’). On top of that, it boasts the production by a talented lineup of artists such as Abhijay Sharma, Riz Shain, Karan Kanchan, Soham Mukherji, and Clifr making the singles more marvelous with their unique touch. 

Earlier this year Lisa also teased the experience working on this album, she shared, “Working on this album was like a personal catharsis. My listeners have never heard me tell my own stories, and with this project, they get to see the most unfiltered version of Lisa Mishra. My goal with this album was to make young girls feel seen and build a community of listeners that could bond with me around the experience of being a woman. I want to empower girls through my words, but I also want us to feel vulnerable together and explore themes like loneliness and heartbreak.”

Featuring a total of 8 tracks with its release the listeners get introduced to 5 new enchanting tracks on the record with ‘Nasha’ as the lead single which is written and composed by the singer.

The singer continues, “I wouldn’t be anywhere without the help of our incredible team of producers and writers. Their commitment to helping me tell my stories through song is the only way this project got done. This album pulled out not only the writer and composer in me but the music producer and music video director as well. I’ve grown more than I could ever imagine because of Sorry I’m Late and I hope it’s a confident debut that the audience resonates with.”

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