Listen: Darquise Releases His First Project Spanning Hip-Hop to EDM "Eternally"
By: The 27th Circle
The project starts off Hip-Hop heavy with the light infusion of Pop & R&B on tracks such as "Ode to They", "Roll Wit Me", and "Work". Work, like the project had been held back due to timing and other issues. The project takes a 90's drift for "Dope" but stays in tune with the theme of genre blending the project exhibits throughout. "It's Goin' Down" takes you further back to the 80's with the first true ode to R&B & Soul of the album.
On "Pieces", Darquise explore his more vulnerable side. He tells a tale of a tumultuous relationship that touches on abusive relationships. "It's something I've dealt with and I know a lot of men and women who have dealt with it on both sides. Returning to a lover that's not the best for you. The song says, "I pray to God that I finally see my worth again." I felt it was a proper lead into finding the strength to leave that "I Say One" talks about."-Darquise.
The project explores love as written and explored by a man between the ages of 22-28. Sometimes those moments can get dark as explored in "Man and Liq" & "Beast Interlude", R&B/Hip-
This project is dedicated to his late father Jack Lee Henmy III.
Darquise, Born Jack Lee Dàrquise Henmy IV, is an American born singer, rapper, producer, songwriter, born in Houston, Texas with deep Bahamian, French, Native American and Japanese roots by way of Fort Pierce, Florida
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