True vulnerability in hip hop is one thing that comes solely ever so typically, and this observe by the Georgia artist Caulfield provides us that emotional transparency x10. Heaving with pleads of compromising, Caulfield very skillfully creates a narrative that emotionally connects his listeners to the third stage of grief.

“It follows the 5 levels of grieving in coping with the break up between my fiancé and myself and the next lack of religion in God,” explains the artist. Delivering an entrancing darkish undertone with a melodically wealthy intro, the breaks the conventions of immediately’s hip hop and simply lays all of it out for the world to watch. With a knack for storytelling and an abundance of creativity, Caulfield delivers this soul-bearing observe over lure beats.

A multi-faceted artist, Caulfield displayed his various ability set of creativity when he shot and edited the music video for the primary single “Blue Pills” featured on his upcoming EP God Is Dead, which is about to be launched in March.

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