The incredible Norah Jones teams up with Danger Mouse on her new single ""Happy Pills”. Happy Pills features a chugging Danger Mouse guitar line that draws similarities to another of the producer's collaborations, the infamous Black Keys and their release ""Everlasting Light."" The lyric videos shoes what is to come from her upcoming release Little Broken Hearts. Danger Mouse is a member of soul-duo Gnarls Barkley who gained international recognition with his 2004 Jay-Z slash The Beatles mash-up The Grey Album. Danger Mouse is now part of the band Broken Bells.""Happy Pills"" is Norah Jones, the three-time Grammy award-winner first track since her 2009 album The Fall. The sound is upbeat and jazzy, and the video features block letters in pink and white hues, which is mesmerizing to watch. Norah Jones will release her fifth studio album, which is also produced by Danger Mouse in May through EMI. Norah Jones, was born Geethali Norah Jones Shankar on March 30, 1979. She is an American singer songwriter who also dabbles in acting. In 2002, Norah Jones launched her solo music career with the release of the incredibly successful and critically acclaimed album Come Away With Me, which was certified a diamond album in the year of 2002. It sold over 20 million copies. Come Away With Me earned Norah Jones five Grammy Awards, these included album of the year, record of the year, and best new artist. Norah Jones has won nine Grammy Awards in total and was Billboard magazine's 60th-best-selling music artist of the 2000–2009 decade. She is critically acclaimed as is widely regarded as one of the best jazz artists of contemporary times.
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