Tonight, Feel What U Feel by Lisa Loeb, an Amazon Original, was awarded a GRAMMY Award for Best Children’s Album. The album is her second of three exclusive family albums for Amazon Music.
“I’m so excited about winning a GRAMMY Award for my album Feel What U Feel, my second in a series of three albums I’ve made that are available exclusively on Amazon Music,” said Loeb. “I appreciate that Amazon Music supports independent artists like me. It gives me tremendous artistic freedom and the ability to reach a large audience.”
Feel What U Feel is inspired by Loeb’s childhood memories and her experiences as a parent. The collection of 12 songs blur the lines of traditional children’s music, creating an album that can be enjoyed by both kids and parents alike.
Watch the video for the album’s title track featuring Craig Robinson:
Amazon Original playlists, songs and albums are available to both Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers and Prime Music listeners, offering unique, genre-spanning, exclusive music. In the last two years, Amazon Original albums have received three GRAMMY Award nominations: one in 2017 for the family album, Novelties by Recess Monkey and two this year, including Lisa Loeb’s family album, Feel What U Feel and “Let My Mother Live” off of the Blind Boys of Alabama’s Amazon Music exclusive album, Almost Home.
In addition to Lisa Loeb and the Blind Boys of Alabama, Amazon Original has released hundreds of exclusive songs by various artists, and numerous albums including Worried Blues, a rare and exclusive collection of recordings by iconic Delta River artists by Fat Possum Records.
This March, Amazon Original will also release the first self-titled album by August Greene, the new joint project by Common and legendary producers, Karriem Riggins and Robert Glasper.