So, we’ve come to the end of an era, folks. First off, I want to thank everyone who’s supported me through my New Music Fridays experiment. Since March of 2017, I decided to put out a new song every two weeks. This is mainly because I’m a crazy person who likes to overwork himself. In any case, I might’ve missed a couple of weeks over the course of a year, but I’m happy to say that I still put out 16 songs I’m proud of. With that being said, I’ve decided to piece all of my songs together into one compilation album.
Now, without further ado, everyone can listen to The Charlemagne Renaissance below. Keep in mind, this is an unmastered version of the album. Ultimately, I’m going to get it mastered and put it on all of the streaming services. For now, folks can get a basic gist of my brand of music. Anyway, the album can be streamed on SoundCloud below. All in all, I would love to get everyone’s feedback, so feel free to drop a note or a comment, son.
Lastly, this isn’t the end of my musical journey. Basically, I felt like this series had run its course and I want to move on to other plans. By and by, I have big goals for 2018 and I’ll definitely share them as things start to happen. Ok, I think I’ve rambled enough, man. Let’s just get to the music, fam. Yessir! LC out.
Yeeeeah, buddy! The fourth installment of New Music Fridays is here, son! Now, before we get to the music, I want to just tell everyone a quick story. So, anybody who’s been paying attention to this series knows that I don’t usually hype up the music. For me, I’d rather just put the tracks out and let people evaluate them for themselves. Shit, keeping it a buck, as obsessive compulsive as I am, it’s a miracle that I’m releasing songs in the first place, son. With that being said, I’m just happy to get the music out there.
Moving on, this particular song is a little bit different for me. Now, anyone who really follows the blog knows that I deal with clinical depression. I’ve written about it in the past as a way of taking away the stigma. In any case, the lyrics to this song were inspired by one of my low points a few years ago. The second verse in particular is a honest attempt at letting people into my brain. This includes references to drinking/smoking as a way to try and dull whatever I was feeling at the time. Now, don’t worry, people, I’m more than good at the moment. However; this song takes on a more personal meaning because of the underlying subject matter.
Ok, now that I’ve ranted my way through a music release, let’s just get to the song, son! As always, the song can be heard below on both SoundCloud and YouTube. Also, it’s available for download on SoundCloud. Happy Friday, folks! LC out.