The online edition of The Wall Street Journal‘s Speakeasy magazine for July 8 features a piece by Eric R. Danton on the Skylar Grey track “Sunshine” – while not as of yet an album single, the song is featured on Ms. Grey’s DON’T LOOK DOWN album, which is set to drop tomorrow/Tuesday (July 9)!

Read an excerpt from the song review below, and click the WSJ‘s logo beneath to check out the full article, as well as an exclusive premiere stream of the track! Also be sure to leave your thoughts on the song and album in the comments section of the article on WSJ.

Listen to ‘Sunshine’ – Song Premiere | The Wall Street Journal ::
“….she takes a different tack on “Sunshine, a more somber tune that premieres today on Speakeasy. Grey (born Holly Brook Hafermann) sings in wistful tones about making the best of not much, observing, “We ain’t got money but we got sunshine.”

It’s one of the many moods on “Don’t Look Down, which ranges from pugnacious to melancholy on songs with shiny pop hooks and touches of hip-hop in the beats.

Grey is the co-writer of such songs as “Love the Way You Lie, a major hit for Eminem and Rihanna.

“Don’t Look Down” is due July 9 on KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records. What do you think of “Sunshine? Leave your thoughts in the comments….”

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