LyricalGenes' 'Authentic' Album Creates a New Wave in Music

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CLEVELAND - Jan. 2, 2020 - PRLog -- Musical guru and business professional, Dana Burtin (LyricalGenes), creates a new wave of instrumentals and singing songs to be included on present and future albums. Dana Burtin released his new unexpected beat tape, Authentic, on January 2nd, 2020 at 12:00am (EST); however, the beat tape includes more than beats. LyricalGenes decided to add his song, "Superman's Identity," surprising fans and listeners. LyricalGenes is known for his free and creative spirit, but Dana Burtin has truly separated himself from the typical music industry standards and regulations. With LyricalGenes not conforming to the conventional music standards, we will see how many aspiring artists follow the path Dana Burtin has set.

Furthermore, from LyricalGenes' beat tape, Authentic, and his surprise song, "Superman's Identity," his mental health becomes a great concern. From his song titles, to his lyrics in "Superman's Identity," LyricalGenes may be in some sort of trouble. LyricalGenes has beats titled on his beat tape / album like: "Anywhere But Here," "Lonely Millionaire," "Pretentious," "Where Am I?" and "G.F. (Great Facade)." Doing extra research on acronym GF, it stands for girlfriend, but LyricalGenes is trying to tell his audience a hidden message with Great Facade. These subliminal titles cause great concern as to how Dana Burtin is dealing with his mental status.

In addition, LyricalGenes' surprise song on the beat tape/album, "Superman's Identity" uses Superman as a comparison to Dana Burtin's life. Superman is looking for his Lois Lane to support him while fighting enemies and battling Lex Luthor. In the movie Superman, Lois Lane is Superman's primary love interest and his alter-ego, Clark Kent. LyricalGenes explains this concept well by stating, "Where is my Lois Lane? She can help me out. In certain ways that other people don't know how. She makes me feel human when I hit the ground. And still there when my superpowers wear out." Moreover, Lex Luthor is a supervillain for DC Comics enduring his archenemy, Superman.

In conclusion, even though Superman can fly, fight crime, and save the world he still needs someone special to support and care for him. Superman feels as if he was sent on earth to do more than fight crime. He still needs love like any other human and is therefore nothing without his companion to share his powers with.

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