The D.C artist is on a quest for inner peace
You may know D.C .arist Beau Young Prince for upbeat, uplifting anthems like “Kill Moe” but his new release “Let Go” takes a somber shift as he asks “Who do you call when you need some help? / Who do you call when you’re by yourself?”. He makes the listeners examine their lives rapping in an emotionally heavy tone that instantly spurs memories of trauma, turmoil, and misfortune. The instrumental is a piercing, cinematic score that could serve as the soundtrack of an underdog rising from the swallowing depths of despair.
I love the tone of the production sets and the way he tackles the beat. Searching for a source of liberation as he expresses his woes singing about his hopes for inner peace in an earnest, impassioned but admittedly sad tone over bleak visuals that’ll make you ponder about your own search for an internal sanctuary of solace.
Take a look at the video for “Let Go” below.