Personal - The Heartless Arts (The Great American Tragedy)

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Personal x BodegaCreativeCo.
Album:
Sydney In Theory

Previously heard on April’s reader-acclaimed Six Piece Orchestra, up-and-coming singer/emcee Personalmakes his return to our pages with The Heartless Arts (The Great American Tragedy). As the title suggests, this cut is a dark dissection of the American Dream; over his and BodegaCreativeCo.‘s moody production, Personal delivers impressoinistic sung and flowed bars describing U.S. citixzens’ current feelings of hopelessness. Complete with backing vocals by Gaby Duran and Forrest, this sobering jam can be found on the headliner’s Sydney in Theory mixtape, out now online.

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