'The Vampire Diaries' Kat Graham Channels the 90's on Her 'Roxbury Drive' Album

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She's known as the powerful witch and one half of "Bamon" a fandom that generated through her big season six on The Vampire Diaries.

However, Kat Graham is carving her way a name in music with pop-styled tracks. In her album Roxbury Drive, Graham channels 90's pop.

(Album Stream Below)

It's going to be a pretty big Fall season for Graham. First with the release of Roxbury Drive where so directly taps into the 90's era of music, more so the pop genre to help give fans a super flashback Friday. The album contains tracks that pay homage to what some would call, one of the golden era's of pop music.

Similarities in the music can be pulled from Britney Spears, TLC and Christina Aguilera. The sound is most prevalent in the single "1991" for obvious reasons.

Songs like "One," "Run Away" and "Secrets" are a bit on the softer side while other tracks like "Star F*cker," "Off" and "Now" are a bit more edgy. On October 8 fans who are use to seeing the acting side of Graham can catch her on the season seven premiere of The Vampire Diaries. This year fans might be seeing a lot more of Bonnie considering Nina Dobrev's character Elena Gilbert is in a coma and can only be awaken when Bonnie is no longer living.

Bonnie and Damon, played by Ian Somerhalder will also have increased dialogue that Bamon fans are gearing up for. You can check out Roxbury Drive below.

Listen to Kat Graham's Roxbury Drive below.

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