Female Rap Artist Aynjewl Faycc Digitally Distributes First-Ever Single 'Black Heart' December 4
By: I.Q. Productionz
As a single woman— after loosing three children to the state in 2015, love has always been a serious subject. For details on this matter please purchase the book "Gift of the Indigo" on Amazon published by her mother, Laura Desisto. Although Faycc may want to find a husband someday, her goal to become famous is currently taking priority over that due to her tragic past.
There are many reasons that could cause a woman OR man to have a black heart. The underlying cause relates to the absence of love in ones life. 'Black Heart' attempts to amplify the thoughts and emotions felt by those suffering from a black heart and like the #MeToo movement, expose existence.
Many hit songs focus on joy and excitement. Although her favorite rapper Z-Ro from Missouri City, Texas apologized for not making happy songs on his track 'Another Song', Faycc has no apologies for putting out music that presents deep emotions that many choose not to visit. It is NOT her goal to make people feel depressed; her intention is to bring darkness to light.
She expressed how important it is for us as a culture to stop turning the other cheek when people express something that is unfamiliar to us. It has always been a strength of Faycc to look danger in the eye because she believes that facing fears is the only way to evolve. In honor of her statement, challenging listeners to HEAR her music instead of just listening to it is on the table.
Connect with Aynjewl Faycc on her social media by visiting (AngelRaps.com)
To read The Gift Of The Indigo visit: https://www.amazon.com/
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