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"Melancholy" is a twelve track conceptual album released on April 2nd, 2021. The album was solely created by Ginger Rodriguez, with the writing and production process starting from Rodriguez’s Junior Year of High School in 2018, and wrapping up while she was at University in March 2021. "Melancholy" acts as Rodriguez's sophomore album and the storyline of the album continues from the last track from her previous album, "I'm Crying In A Cool Way." Lyrically, this album discusses topics of identity, trauma, and Rodriguez's process of healing. Sonically, the album uses elements from pop, funk, psychedelia, R&B, and hip-hop. You hear this in Rodriguez's production as she blends modern pop with nostalgic 1990's sounding hip-hop whistles on top of early 2000's pop-punk drums, with elements from 1970s psychedelia and funk. Despite the numerous amount of styles and influences Rodriguez pulls from, the album maintains its focus as an Alternative Pop album chronicling Rodriguez's life as a young adult.

Singles

Time is Falling Down - Ginger Rodriguez

"Time is Falling Down" is a single which was originally released on October 19, 2019. The song was taken off of streaming services and re-released as a single on February 5, 2021 for Rodriguez's album "Melancholy."

Don't Panic (Panic!) - Ginger Rodriguez

"Don't Panic (Panic!)" is a single which was originally released on April 21, 2020. The song was taken off of streaming services and re-released as a single on February 9, 2021 for Rodriguez's album "Melancholy."

Melancholy - Ginger Rodriguez

"Melancholy" is a single which was originally released on February 9, 2019. The song was taken off of streaming services and re-released as a single on March 5th, 2021 for Rodriguez's album "Melancholy."

Daylight - Ginger Rodriguez

"Daylight" is a single which was released on March 19, 2021 for Ginger Rodriguez's sophomore album, "Melancholy." This single stands as Ginger Rodriguez's longest song yet at 10:52 minutes.

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