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The Storm is the second studio album from American singer-songwriter ZZ Ward, released on Hollywood Records on June 30, 2017. The album reached number 1 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart.

Production

Ward has said The Storm is influenced by the music of blues artists including Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson and Big Mama Thornton.[1] Prior to the album's release, on March 2, 2017, Ward released the single "The Deep", featuring Chicago MC Joey Purp. The track is built around a sample of "As Long As I've Got You" by The Charmels, which is also sampled in "C.R.E.A.M." by Wu-Tang Clan.[2] The track "Ride" featuring Gary Clark, Jr. was originally featured in the 2017 Pixar film Cars 3.[3] Ward performed the song on Dancing with the Stars on April 17, 2017.[4] The music video for the single "Cannonball" was released in July 2017;[5] it features blues singer Fantastic Negrito, with Ward playing harmonica on the song.[6]

Track listing

All tracks are written by ZZ Ward. Additional writers are included below.[7]

No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Ghost"Evan Bogart, Trevor Brown, Warren "Oak" Felder, Zaire Koalo, Zsuzsanna WardFelder3:00
2."Cannonball" (featuring Fantastic Negrito)Xavier Dphrepaulezz, WardBlended Babies3:58
3."Help Me Mama"Bogart, Theron Feemster, Priscilla Renea, WardFeemster3:06
4."The Storm"WardFeemster3:13
5."Domino" (featuring Fitz)Feemster, Michael Fitzpatrick, WardFeemster, Fitzpatrick2:50
6."Let It Burn"Bogart, Brown, Felder, Koalo, WardFelder3:08
7."Bag of Bones"WardFeemster3:17
8."She Ain't Me"Ludwig Göransson, WardGöransson2:51
9."If U Stayed"WardFeemster3:33
10."Hold On"Bogart, Brown, Felder, WardFelder3:12
11."Ride" (featuring Gary Clark Jr.)Dave Bassett, Bogart, WardBassett4:05
Total length:36:13

Personnel

  • ZZ Ward – vocals, guitars, harmonica, drum programming, percussion, engineering
  • Trevor Brown – guitars, bass, background vocals
  • Erick Walls – guitars
  • Jonathan Keller – guitars, bass, drum programming, percussion, engineering
  • Theron "Neff U" Feemster – piano, keyboards, guitars, drum programming, string arrangements, engineering
  • Rich Parry – drum programming, percussion, engineering
  • Gary Clark, Jr. – guitars
  • Fantastic Negrito – vocals
  • Michael Fitzpatrick – vocals, keyboards, drum programming, engineering
  • Ludwig Göransson – programming, keyboards, guitars, bass, vocal engineering
  • Bianca McClure – violin
  • Thomas Drayton – bass
  • Zaire Koalo – background vocals
  • Warren "Oak" Felder – programming, engineering, background vocals
  • E. Kidd Bogart – engineering, background vocals
  • Jabari Tawiah – engineering
  • Kyle Mann – engineering
  • Paul Redel – engineering
  • Gavin Paddock – engineering
  • Bobby Holland – engineering
  • Tyler Beans – engineering
  • Rich Costey – mixing
  • Neal Pogue – mixing
  • Dave Bassett – mixing, vocal recording
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering

Chart history

Chart (2016)Peak
position
US Billboard 200[8]75
US Billboard Rock Albums[9]12
US Billboard Blues Albums[10]1

References

  1. ^ Laura B. Whitmore, "ZZ Ward Puts a Fresh Spin on Her Classic Blues Influences with 'The Storm'," Guitar World, July 11, 2017.
  2. ^ Myles Tanzer, "ZZ Ward And Joey Purp Pull From A Classic For 'The Deep'", The Fader, March 2, 2017.
  3. ^ Jon Pareles, Jon Caramanica and Giovanni Russonell, "The Playlist: J Balvin Displays His Global Savvy, and St. Vincent Keeps it Local," New York Times, June 30, 2017.
  4. ^ "Cars 3 Soundtrack First Listen: ZZ Ward & Gary Clark Jr's Energetic Track, 'Ride' and Dancing With The Stars Performance", Pixar Post, April 14, 2017.
  5. ^ Kaitlin Reilly, "Video Premiere For ZZ Ward's 'Cannonball'," Refinery29, July 6, 2017.
  6. ^ Leslie Michele Derrough, "ZZ Ward Steps It Up a Notch With 'The Storm'," Glide Magazine, July 3, 2017.
  7. ^ The Storm (CD liner). ZZ Ward. United States: Hollywood Records. 2017.{{cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)
  8. ^ "Billboard 200". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  9. ^ "Rock Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-07-13.
  10. ^ "Blues Music: Top Blues Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-07-11.

Artist(s)

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Zsuzsanna Eva Ward (born June 2, 1986),[1] known professionally as ZZ Ward, is an American singer-songwriter. She released her debut EP, Criminal, on May 8, 2012. Her debut album, Til the Casket Drops, was released on October 16, 2012. "Put the Gun Down", her first single, broke into the top 10 on the AAA radio chart on February 3, 2013,[2] staying there for 10 weeks, and also broke into the top 40 on the Billboard Alternative chart. On March 2, 2017, Ward released the single "The Deep" (featuring Joey Purp). Her second studio album, The Storm, was released on June 30, 2017, peaking at number 1 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart in July 2017. Her third studio album, Dirty Shine was released independently on September 8, 2023 to critical acclaim.[3]

Early life

Born in Abington, Pennsylvania, Ward grew up in Roseburg, Oregon,[4] where she joined her first band, with her father, at the age of 12.[5] Ward recalled the first song she sang was "an Albert King track called 'As the Years Go Passing By'".[6]

Ward's maternal grandmother, Zsuzsanna Friedman, was a Jewish Hungarian who converted to Catholicism to avoid persecution during the Holocaust. On discovering this, Ward, who grew up in a secular household, took an interest in reclaiming her Jewish roots.[7]

Career

Debut EP and Til the Casket Drops (2011–15)

After moving to Los Angeles and signing to E. Kidd Bogart's Boardwalk Entertainment Group, Ward began recording the Criminal EP, as well as Eleven Roses, a free mixtape on which she offered her interpretations of tracks by Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Tyler, the Creator,[8] Freddie Gibbs and Wiz Khalifa.[9] Eleven Roses features "Better Of Dead", "Got It Bad", "Overdue", "Criminal", "Morphine", and "Cinnamon Stix". It was released on 3 November 2011.[10] For the recording of "Criminal", she sampled the beat from "Oil Money" by Freddie Gibbs, who was so impressed by Ward's remake that he asked to contribute a guest verse to the official version on the EP. The Criminal EP was released on May 8, 2012, and features the songs "Til the Casket Drops", "Put the Gun Down", "Move Like U Stole It", and "Criminal" (feat. Freddie Gibbs).

Ward's debut album, Til the Casket Drops, was released on October 16, 2012.[11] It includes the singles "365 Days", "Put the Gun Down" and "Last Love Song", the song "Cryin' Wolf" with Kendrick Lamar, as well as appearances from Ryan Tedder, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Theron "Neff-U" Feemster and Fitz of Fitz and the Tantrums.[12] Ward performed the album's first single, "Put the Gun Down", on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan on September 19, 2012,[13] The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on November 1, 2012,[14] and Conan on January 10, 2013.[15] In March 2013, the New York Times said of Ward, "Her energy evokes Tina Turner's, her chops Aretha Franklin's and her soul Etta James's",[16] and she was named one of Fuse TV's 30 must-see artists at SXSW.[17] Ward performed her second single, "365 Days", on Good Morning America[18] and Big Morning Buzz Live,[19] both on March 7, 2013; on the September 3, 2013, episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno;[20] and on the January 30, 2014, episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

On April 20, 2013, for Record Store Day, Ward released a limited edition 7-inch vinyl that included her cover of "Grinnin in Your Face", written and originally recorded by Son House,[21] and a previously unreleased song, "Everybody Wants to Be Famous".[22] The 7-inch cover features an image taken of Ward when she was 11 years-old.[23] The following month, Ward, in conjunction with her second single release, launched her 365 Days of ZZ Ward app.[24]

Notable live appearances in 2014 include Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival,[25] Bonnaroo Music Festival,[26] and a short tour with Eric Clapton.[27]

Love and War EP and The Storm (2015-2020)

Ward's second EP, Love and War, was released on Hollywood Records on August 28, 2015.[28]

On February 11, 2017, Ward performed at the Americana Music Association's tribute concert to Loretta Lynn at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California, performing a cover of "The Home You're Tearing Down".[29][30] She performed at the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend festival in June 2017 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.[31]

On March 2, Ward released the single "The Deep", featuring Chicago MC Joey Purp. The track is built around a sample of "As Long As I've Got You" by The Charmels, which is also sampled in "C.R.E.A.M." by Wu-Tang Clan. The song is about Ward's feelings of being trapped in a bad relationship.[32] The song's music video premiered on W magazine's website on March 9, 2017.[33] Also in 2017, Ward collaborated with Gary Clark Jr. on "Ride" from the soundtrack to the Pixar film Cars 3. Ward performed "Ride" on Dancing with the Stars on April 17, 2017.[34]

Ward's second studio album, The Storm, was released on June 30, 2017, through Hollywood Records.[35] It peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart in July 2017,[36] at number 12 on the Billboard Rock Albums chart,[37] and at number 75 on the Billboard 200.[38] The music video for the single "Cannonball" (featuring Fantastic Negrito) was released in July 2017.[39]

In 2019, Ward released a new single which was speculated to be the lead single from a potential third studio album, the single "Sex & Stardust" was released on December 13, 2019.[40] On 2020, Ward released three more singles[41] "Break Her Heart", "The Dark", and "Giant",[42] these songs would be her latest releases under Hollywood Records before parting ways with the label.[43]

Departure from Hollywood Records and Dirty Shine (2021-present)

In 2021, Ward became an independent artist when she funded her own label Dirty Shine Records, the name being a nod to Ward's fanbase which reference themselves as "Dirty Shine Fam.”[44] She also announced her first independent single "Tin Cups" with Aloe Blacc which end up being the lead single of her third studio album Dirty Shine;[45] five singles were released prior the album release.[46] The album dropped on September 8, 2023, to widespread critical acclaim by music critics, who praised Ward's versatility and overall performance.[47][48]

On February 9, 2024, Ward released the single "WTH Did I Do?". She followed it up with the single "Best Friends" on March 8. Both songs were included on her third EP, Where Did All the Love Go?.

On May 20, Ward announced that she had signed with Sun Records.[49]

Personal life

Ward married record producer E. Kidd Bogart in May 2017.[50] Their first child, Ezra Jack Bogart, was born on February 3, 2021.[51] Ward announced her pregnancy in November 2020 in the music video for her song "Giant."[52] On October 2023, Ward announced via her social media accounts that she is expecting her second child.[53]

Ward is sometimes called "the hat girl" due to her always wearing a fedora onstage.[54] She began doing this at 12 years old when she performed with her father's blues band and wanted to feel "more confident like Muddy Waters and Big Mama Thornton."

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
2018Wally Got WastedOfficer SandersActing debut

Discography

Studio albums

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
US
[55]
US
Rock
US
Blues
Til the Casket Drops7231
The Storm
  • Release: June 30, 2017
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: CD, digital download
75121
Dirty Shine
  • Release: September 8, 2023
  • Label: Dirty Shine Records
  • Formats: digital download

EPs

List of extended plays, with selected details
TitleExtended play details
Criminal
Love and War
  • Release: August 28, 2015
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Where Did All the Love Go?
  • Release: April 5, 2024[57]
  • Label: Dirty Shine Records
  • Formats: digital download

Mixtapes

TitleDetails
Eleven Roses
  • Release date: February 1, 2012
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles

As lead artist

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
US
AAA

[58]

US
Adult

[59]

US
Alt

[60]

US
Dance

[61]

"Put the Gun Down"2012739Til the Casket Drops
"Criminal" (featuring Freddie Gibbs)2013
"365 Days"428
"Last Love Song"2014153019
"LOVE 3X"20155Love and War
"The Deep" (featuring Joey Purp)2017Non-album single
"Help Me Mama"18The Storm
"Ride" (featuring Gary Clark Jr.)Cars 3 & The Storm
"Cannonball" (featuring Fantastic Negrito)25The Storm
"Domino" (featuring Fitz)201824
"Sex & Stardust"2019Non-album singles
"Break Her Heart"202028
"The Dark"
"Giant"
"Tin Cups" (with Aloe Blacc)2022Dirty Shine
"Baby Don't" (solo or featuring DijahSB)2023
"Ride or Die" (featuring Vic Mensa)
"Forget About Us"
"On One" (with Jean Deaux)
"Evil on the Inside"Dirty Shine (Dirty Deluxe)
"WTH Did I Do?"2024Where Did All the Love Go?
"Best Friends"
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released

As featured artist

SongYearAlbum
"See the World"
(Blended Babies featuring Asher Roth, Chuck Inglish and ZZ Ward)
2013Non-album single
"Parties at the Disco"[62]
(Asher Roth featuring ZZ Ward)
2014RetroHash
"Hold My Heart"
(Lindsey Stirling featuring ZZ Ward)[63]
2016Brave Enough

Guest appearances

SongYearOther artist(s)Album
"Breath of Me"2015Robben FordInto the Sun
"Hold My Heart"2016Lindsey StirlingBrave Enough
"7 Digits"[64]2017Rich Gains, Freddie Gibbs, Nico SegalGains

TV and film soundtrack appearances

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
TitleYearDirector(s)
"Til the Casket Drops (Pretty Little Liars Version)"[71]2012Unknown
"Put the Gun Down"Alex Bulkley[72]
"Criminal"2013The Engine[73]
"365 Days"Roman & Pedro[74]
"Last Love Song"2014Joseph Toman[75]
"Last Love Song (Pretty Little Liars Version)"[76]Unknown
"LOVE 3X"2015MIE[77]
"The Deep"2017Kyle Cogan[78][79]
"Help Me Mama"
"Ride"Declan Whitebloom[80]
"Cannonball"Kyle Cogan[81]
"Sex & Stardust"2020Alexa Kinigopoulos & Stephen Kinigopoulos
"Break Her Heart"
"The Dark"
"Giant"2020David Dutton
"Tin Cups"2022Nayip Ramos
"Baby Don't"2023Adam William Ward
"Ride Or Die"
"Forget About Us"
"On One"

See also

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