Wanderland Is Now On Streaming Services

(Courtesy of Pitchfork)

Kelis’ 2001 album Wanderland was never officially released in North America and long went unreleased on streaming services. Finally, the album has arrived on streaming platforms in the U.S. Take a listen below.

“It’s been a long time coming, I had given up... well almost,” Kelis said in a statement. “I was shocked to wake up this morning to see it had been streamed. All the politics of it aside, it feels good and I’m happy that it’s been given its time to live on speakers across the country.”

Wanderland is entirely produced by the Neptunes’ Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. It features guest appearances from Clipse’s Pusha-T and Malice. The album was initially released in multiple countries outside the U.S. by Virgin Records; CD, cassette, and vinyl copies can be found on Discogs. In a 2006 interview, Kelis reportedly claimed that the album’s U.S. release “fell by the wayside” because she left Virgin.

Kelis’ last album was 2014’s Food.

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