Belinda Song releases ‘TITANIUM’ instrumental album in spotlight of the Cadillac Blackwing Race Team

Miami, Florida May 14, 2024 ( – Continuing the success of ‘Meta Wonderland,’ a 22-track album rated ‘7 Stars’ by iTunes Editors, Belinda Song pushes the envelope and releases ‘TITANIUM,’ an 18 tracks instrumental album in the electronic music genre, produced and mastered in 4D ultra surround sound to invigorate the audience’s sonic experience.

Belinda Song is a singer/songwriter and music producer with a catalog of over 200 original compositions represented by BMI, and is the brand ambassador for GLOW Beverages and the CADILLAC Blackwing Race Team. Belinda is also an award-winning romance novelist, produced and starred in various movies, and released a motion picture soundtrack through Polydor Records.

‘TITANIUM’ is a hefty album that comprises four movements: Tracks #1 to #4 are inspired by adventurous experiences and exhilarating journeys in Belinda’s vivid imagination. Tracks #5 to #8 vibe with AR/VR, the Metaverse, and video games. Tracks #9 to #12 resonate with the crypto community and mysterious decentralized societies, and Tracks #13 to #18 protrude velocity in fast-paced settings.

Worth noting is Track #4, ‘X-Drive’ – which is selected by the Cadillac Blackwing Race Team (div. of CADILLAC, USA) as their anthem for the ‘2024 Journey to Championship’ campaign. The album cover of ‘TITANIUM’ is permanently installed on the Cadillac #35 race car driven by the legendary John Heinricy, an inductee of the ‘Corvette Hall of Fame.’

The entire album, ‘TITANIUM’ is also licensed to Peloton Bikes, Equinox+ (At Home Bikes,) Within VR’s Supernatural (Fitness) Video Game, and is cataloged in the music library ‘Soundtrack Your Brand’ for commercial licensing and sync placement opportunities.

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Click here to sample: TITANIUM, now available on all streaming platforms around the world (sans Spotify.)

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