A lot of people have been asking me lately how this record’s been going, so I thought I’d post an update on my blog. It’s going well. I have 18 days left to raise the rest of the funds on my indiegogo campaign, and I still need YOUR HELP to raise around $2000 more before I release the EP to the public.
The other day, my brother asked me what kind of music I play. Yes, I know it’s weird that my own flesh and blood doesn’t know what type of music I play, but that’s another post for another day. Actually, I wasn’t even sure what to tell him. Maybe if I listened to more music I’d be able to compare it to something, but right now it’s hard to put it into words. His response to that was, “well how do you expect people to donate money if they don’t know what they’re buying?”
Good point, bro. As much as I’d like to think that my friends and family would do it out of the goodness of their hearts, even if the record ended up being complete crap, I think many of you are itching to get a little preview of something. So, here you go.
Presenting Track #2: “Naked” from my first ever, 5-song EP.
Here is a description of the track, straight from the mouth of my producer, Jeremy Rychard Snyder:
“That song is the weirdest by a mile. It’s like hood rap in the verse and Brooklyn hipster in the chorus.”
I’d say that pretty much sums up the feel of the whole record. A little of this, and a little of that. Hard to box into one genre, yet still consistent throughout. I like it that way.
The title of the record is Never Land. If you can name the source of the musical reference that partly inspired that title, I’ll give you a free download of the whole EP. Hint: it’s in the instrumental part leading up to the first chorus in “Naked.”
If you donated to my campaign and already have a free download, then spread the love and give it to a friend.
Thanks again for all your support. Please continue to share my campaign and let’s reach our goal of $3200 in the 18 days left!