Not counting specialty projects, it’s been over 4 years since Gwen Stefani blessed fans with original solo music.
Last blasting to the top of charts with her 2016 studio LP, ‘This is What the Truth Feels Like,’ the 51-year-old’s spent the time since racking up Country hits with fiancé Blake Shelton and annually recharging her 2017-released holiday album, ‘You Make it Feel Like Christmas.’
As we reported here, that all changed Monday (December 7) when Stefani unleashed ‘Let Me Reintroduce Myself’ – a self-proclaimed return to the (sonic) form found aboard her Ska-Pop filled No Doubt and early solo offerings.
Apparently, the reintroduction is just what music lovers have been waiting for. See what we mean inside:
At writing, Gwen’s hopped right over some Billboard’s biggest current hits as well as the popular seasonal entries to claim the real-time iTunes sales chart’s top spot. With love from streaming outlets on track to echo the response, ‘Reintroduce’ – once radio airplay is factored in – could reintroduce the singer to the Hot 100 in a big way.
As a solo leader, she’s not visited the tally since 2016’s ‘Make Me Like You’ peaked at #54.
Look below to see who joins her in the real-time iTunes’ top 10: