Oakland-based artist Samyell places us into the tricky territory between lust and dreams in new single “Lose Yourself.” Built on elements of Jazz and R&B, the track addresses how often we crush our own dreams through lust and fallacies. Stream below:
On his new single, he shared: “Naturally when I heard the instrumental it gave me a jazzy downtown sort of feeling which then led me to think of experiences in the night life setting of socialites and the club scene. How a dream can get lost through temptations of money, drugs and false promises.”
“Lose Yourself” was produced by Osinachi Nwaneri (T.I., Ciara, Black Eyed Peas).
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