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Here for You
by Lone Human & Daym
Here for you is a collaborative project between several different artists.
As my capstone project at Seattle University, I wanted to make a difference with my passion, as did the individuals I had been working with for over a year. “Here for you” is a song in which all the revenue goes towards YouthCare, a non-profit organization in Seattle that gives support to youth ages 12-24 that are in need of assistance. In addition to that, Tobias the Owl from Rainy City Collective has sponsored the project, and has been an instrumental to the production of this project.
The project was well received at Seattle University, and will hopefully serve as a motivation for all to donate to organizations that do make a difference in our city of Seattle.
This track was written about a group of artists who have held me back in my musical endeavors, or placed their personal problems above me. The idea behind “Hide and Seek” comes from the idea that I don’t hear from many of them anymore. Especially after I began to know my worth as a producer and musician. I wrote it as a statement that I would stand up for myself, and respect myself as an artist, and every individual that I work with.
This album was sequential to my previous album "Sanctuary" that came out a year before on the same day, yet this album was a major step up in terms of production, depth, and content. I am proud to have this album be a showcase of talent, only being done in a handful of months.
Restart is an album about my story of depression and suicidal thoughts, and what it took for things to work out. From within the lyrics, you can hear this message conveyed in a variety of ways.
Sanctuary is a 7 track album encompassing the home I have made within Seattle and Seattle University, addressing issues the world faces such as overpopulation (Sea of People feat Brett Riley), loss of dedication (Thunder Clouds feat Witness), and loss of identity (Like No Other feat KAIRA). The writers of these tracks are sharing their experiences with the issues, incorporating them with this collaborative album. This album is equally mine as it is for the rest of the tremendously talented singers, songwriters and rappers.
This album's creation was inspiring, heartbreaking, and truly incredible. I am very lucky to have the ability to work with such a talented group of real people.