An Out of Body Experience Inspires New Single and Album
Salt Lake City, UT - The new single 'Simple Moment' from Zach McCray, aka Deepwise, is a story of his out-of-body experience.
The song describes how he felt during that experience a few years ago. The single is featured on his upcoming album to be released later this month. "I've never been able to 'go back' or recreate that experience But I wrote the song in a way that made it clear that I still don't know exactly what happened. I want to go back and find out," McCray said. Since the experience, his reality feels more like a simulation or a video game, he added.
McCray's style is mixing lyrical hip-hop, pop rap, and conscious 'woke' rap. His music is similar to Blackalicious and J. Cole. His roots come from jazz trumpet and classical piano training. He began writing lyrics at 12 years old. At age 15 he began writing, producing, and uploading music online. The rap lyrics came when McCray turned 17. He has produced electronic and trance music. He also writes soundtracks for indie movies.
McCray's father, Frederick James McCray, performs keyboard on 'Simple Moment'. He is a professional jazz pianist from New Orleans. Others involved in the single include Curtis Stahl, Steve Philips, Christina Mohlakola. They recorded at Full Fidelity Studio. 'Simple Moment' is available on all online music sites.
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