After hitting #1 on the Billboard with a single, now Melissa B.’s “Computer Love” album is now being considered for a Grammy award

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The album “Computer Love” which was featured earlier in 2017 on FrostWire is now being considered for “Urban Contemporary Album” on the 60th Grammy Awards.

Melissa B. channels her inner “Girl-Geek” to create a virtual reality of love on her new album “Computer Love.”

 Her lead single “MindFrame” takes artificial intelligence and seduction to the next level.  Paralleling a sexier version of Joaquin Phoenix’s love interest in the movie “H.E.R.”,  Melissa B. transforms herself into an enticing software application that possesses everything in her framework to stimulate her love interest’s operating system/(hard-drive?).

 With a passion for integrating the sounds of today’s technology in her music, Melissa B. pushes the boundaries of connecting with her fans(aka G.E.M.S.) across the internet

 With over 71,000 downloads of her album since it was released in June, Melissa B. has gained fans from people all over the world.

 She is currently on Billboard for “Hot Singles Sales” for the past 5 weeks.

“Dancing in the Rain” currently at number 1 on the billboard charts!

Along with a sponsored filter of her song “Mindframe” on the SNOW APP.

 Engineered & Mixed by Michael Ashby of Krematorium Studios.

The engineer who did “Bodak Yellow” for Cardi B.

Produced by B. Howard, multi-platinum producer, and Billboard charted artist,

K-Beatz producer who has worked with D-Pryde, Tinashe, Kevin McCall, Ryan Leslie. Frequency Beatz and The Geek Squad.

Also Featuring P.W. a talented upcoming rapper from the UK and Patrick Toussiant who is an artist from Swizz Beatz.

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