SoLonely started recording music in his bedroom when he was 17 years old, and the now 22-year-old singer/rapper/songwriter has amassed a whopping 70M+ global streams. Having dealt with loss and mental health, SoLonely uses music as an outlet to express himself. Providing a sense of self therapy, his hope is that his music to not helps himself, but more importantly, help others overcome their obstacles.
Now, he’s back with his latest single, “It’s All In Your Head,” as he opens up further about self-doubt, mental wellbeing, and the power of self. Over a plucky yet still eerie ukulele-loop, SoLonely’s gentle vocals aid in delivering a mesmerizing topline. Traversing and blending genres like alternative R&B, emo-rap, lofi, cloud rap, trap, pop, and acoustic soul in this single, the result is truly fantastic and an experience not easily forgotten.
“It’s a feeling of hopelessness and giving up, but then the uplifting part comes where I tell myself that it is all in my head. An up&down kind of mental state. I still battle with anxiety, maybe not on a day-to-day basis, and maybe not as bad as before, but it’s still there and I must remind myself from time to time that I can beat it. This song is for everyone who feels like that.” – SoLonely
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: SoLonely Addresses Mental Health w/ Beautiful New Single, “It’s All In Your Head”