Canadian artist Ruben Young shuffles through the thoughts of doubts that we’re constantly juggling in his new single “Golden Hell.” Sonically, the tune of the track is an uplifting one that feels like the antithesis of the ill feeling we tend to connect with doubt. But lyrically, it’s a gut-wrenching portrayal of the self-torture we deal with daily. Stream below:
“Golden Hell” is “about losing yourself in the doubts that plague most of us chasing what we want in life.”
Having garnered over two million streams and opened for artists like The Chainsmokers, Akon, and Classified, Ruben Young has been garnering buzz across the R&B scene in recent years. Be on the lookout for more tunes from Ruben this year.
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