Shania Twain posted this Friday’Waking Up Dreaming’his first unreleased song since it was released in 2017 his latest studio album, ‘Now’which reached number 1 in sales in the US.
The song, a way of pointing the beginning of a new artistic stage with a new recording partnerRepublic Nashville, also coincides with a good media moment for the Canadian after launch in Netflix Career Documentary ‘Not Just A Girl’.
Awarded with five Grammy Awardswith an equal number of studio albums released to date and 100 million copies sold worldwide Of these, Twain is the most commercially successful female country artist in history.
Particularly noteworthy is the reception of ‘Come On Over’ (1997), which included such hits as ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman!’, ‘You’re Still The One’ or ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’which became the best-selling album by a female artist and the best-selling of that decade.
Also five years passed then until the publication of his next work, ‘Up!’ (2002), although the period was longer until his last album, the aforementioned ‘Now’ (2017), in part because, as the Netflix documentary narrates, Twain had to fight against Lyme disease, which severely affected her voice.
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