Peace and Greetings to you all on this Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. I just wanted to drop a line on the blog regarding today’s Video Release of my song “Days of our Lives.”
This song represents so many things to me. It’s just one puzzle piece of a thousand that captures an aspect of what I come from and what I’m made of. The video was shot specifically on streets, neighborhoods and school playgrounds I was raised on in my hometown of Federal Way WA. It’s a moody, gritty, soulful expression where I flip the rhyme patterns and sing the hooks in accordance to the blue collar environment and conditions of the area.
I’m reminded by the Dr. King Quote where he states:
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
“Days of Our Lives” truly embodies the raw nature and essence of my artistic style. I wanted this to be the first song/video from “The Cafe Noir Project” because it also represents the vibe for the culture of my work in the community. This particular song is not on the Cafe Noir Live album but it will be featured on the studio album and is one of my favorite cuts to perform in any setting.
This is just the start of taking my style of music to a new level. Thank You all for your support!
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~Shyan Selah – This is How I Rock…