Dominic Fike Asks 'What Could Possibly Go Wrong' On Debut Album

The buzzing young artist delivers his anticipated full-length project.

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Following much build-up, Dominic Fike has finally released his debut studio album, What Could Possibly Go Wrong.

Sarcastically touching on the uncertain times we live in with the title, the first full-length project from the buzzing young artist is a formal introduction to his nostalgic, colorful, and genre-less musical sensibility.

Tapping into hip-hop tones fueled by alt-rock sounds, the 14-track album expresses catchy rhythms, unhinged cuts and imaginative abstractions. Despite the genre-less approach, indie ballads and surf-rock leanings that provide study hooks anchor the grouping of songs while telling the story of the youth from Naples, Florida. Building on the vocal capabilities found throughout the album are snippets of boundary-pushing production that tease what is to come from Fike.

Stream Dominic Fike’s “What Could Possibly Go Wrong” on Spotify and Apple Music.

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