This is the first song I ever wrote or recorded. I had a Zen-like feeling like I had done it before. Discovering my passion for music saved my life.
This is a metaphoric song about drug addiction. Even though 'Speed sent me to be a slave, thank god she didn't send me to my grave.'
This is an uplifting country-rock song that reminds listeners that 'Some times the worst days are the best days of your life.'
'Focused' tells the heartbreaking story of a young woman's rise to fame, her struggle with addiction, and the sacrifices that were made to get there.
I reached an unfortunate conclusion that my girl was never really in love with me. I wished I could return my love and get my time & energy back.
I let out years of built-up frustration trying to finally be at peace with saying goodbye to the woman I love and was with for almost 4 years.
I realize that most of my music pertains to my toxic relationship. This song discusses my will to change material and put her behind me.
When I heard this instrumental, I immediately started to think of the classic song with the same name, ‘The Letter’ by The Box Tops. This rendition combines the older song with a ‘Walk the Line’ melod.
This one is my acoustic version of the classic hit ‘Losing My Religion‘ by REM. It’s arguably the saddest and most emotional melancholy ballad I’ve done.