Tanner Peterson is one of the most interesting rising artists we’ve come across. The singer holds claim to the world record for the most prolonged street performance ever and has a flourishing career as a recording artist aside from his record-breaking.
He collab with Podsongs and Damon Xavier, son of American physiologist Dr. Carl Hart, for the release of their newest track, ‘Break the Spell.’ The melody was based on Carl Hart’s book “Drug Use For Grown Ups,” exploring the belief that not all drugs are harmful when used responsibly.
The parties feature a pleasant, powerful jam on ‘Break the Spell,’ highlighted by an emphatic chorus and down-to-earth verses full of tasteful vocal layering. Damon Xavier later adds his point of view in the song, utilizing fast flows and bar-for-bar rhyme schemes.
The combination of numerous genres on this track makes it enjoyable from start to finish. The songwriters hope that their music will reach more people and give them a different perspective on one of the more prominent social quarrels today.
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