Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda has been spending his time in quarantine livestreaming on Twitch, using the platform to connect and engage with fans.
Now, Shinoda has revealed that his latest album Dropped Frames, Vol. 1 was made entirely on Twitch. With the help of viewers around the world, the album features 12 tracks that were all created with input from fans. During his streams five days a week, Shinoda has been making music while dedicating one other day to creating visual art. Throughout this process, fans have been giving input on the songs and beats he has created.
Shinoda compiled 12 of the tracks he worked on through Twitch to create his new album Dropped Frames, Vol. 1. Viewers participated in the creation of these songs by communicating through live chats and giving feedback. As fans continued to give feedback. Shinoda has released three new songs. “Open Door” is the only song to feature vocals while “Super Galaxtica” and “Osiris” are both instrumental tracks.
Dropped Frames, Vol. 1 is out July 10.
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