Saint A’s debut single, “We Used to Love” starts off strong with bright vocals and electrifying guitar. The lyrics are about a longtime love not feeling the same anymore and capture the bittersweet feeling of love going bad. A saxophone break towards the end of the song really ties the whole vibe together and worlds great for a fun dancing montage! This track would truly fit into a coming of age love story about love just not being enough anymore. Take a listen if you enjoy artists like The 1975, The Killers, Nightly, and My Chemical Romance. Written in a time of doubt, love, longing, and a mix of emotions happening all at once, this is a great debut and we cannot wait to hear more!
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Musician, educator, and activist Marc 2Ray joins the Alchemicast: with Andy Reed talking about how your wordplay, delivery, timing, and cadence are your instrument as a hip-hop artist. Marc uses his music to educate and empower listeners about everyday issues such as social justice, inequality, drug abuse, and tracks like “1915” about the Armenian genocide (of which his grandfather is a survivor) are being used as an educational tool in high school and college curriculums. Marc discusses his songwriting and recording process and his extensive collaboration efforts. He discusses how 9:30 Club holds a special place in his heart through personal experiences with DJ Tommy B, and how his 2020 album, Fresh Air, transformed from being supported through live events to a more digital experience for fans.
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