Darewood222 was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, and developed a liking for music at a very young age. His music style is inspired by lifelong music influences that extend across all genres of music. His broad-ranging styles transcend genre restrictions and boundaries in ways that have come to be appreciated by his ever-growing loyal fan base and it is intriguing to see him get the recognition he deserves for being able to engineer original and unique sounds like you haven’t interacted with before. Darewood222 is now set to continue evolving and transforming his sound so as to impact even more listeners beyond the American borders.
He has a new inspiring banger dubbed, “Sandman”- the cover art is a creative depiction of the track and most definitely catches the eye before you open the track. This is a dance and EDM-inspired stunner backed by a hip hop-inspired lyrical display by Darewood222 to fashion a very ear worming and an infectious stunner.
With keen attention to detail, I feel the electronic dance-inspired beats work in perfect harmony with one another to create a very consistent and catchy body of work that is very inviting and addicting. Darewood222 handles his moment with professional maturity; delivering over the beats with his unique and distinct vocals as he unleashes emotionally relatable lines!
Darewood222 displays such virtuosic songwriting here, going as far ahead to encourage all those who may be trapped in adversity and turmoil not to lose hope or give up on their dreams for the sun will shine on again and bring with it a myriad of hope and all good things.
The melodies are of course heartwarming, danceable and affecting and that combined with the thoughtful lyrics makes this a must-listen for everybody. It is no surprise it has already amassed over 25k streams on SOUNDCLOUD. – It is absolutely deserving of every number in here.
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