Categories: New Music

Multitalented Singer and Composer Deja Solo Wonders When The, “Weight of the World” Will Be Lifted From Over His Head and Shoulders in an Honest and Endearing Emotional Single

Derick Avard – Apex Studios

Deja Solo expresses melodic, emo-inspired compositions that exhibit his songwriting skill. His songs harbor melodic flows to complement their melancholic subject such as his latest tune, “Weight of the World”. He has made it his mission to release a song every Friday of the summer and this is his 7th consecutive release- talk about consistency and persistency! He also writes, records, mixes, masters, and releases all his music by himself and the dream is to make an impact even if it is on that one listener who feels a little too overwhelmed by life and world events.

Offering lyrics that touch on loneliness and depression, “Weight of the World” is a groundbreaking and universal musical concept that provides a sense of familiarity that depressed listeners can gravitate toward. This tune is an impassioned blood-letting full of frankness and vulnerability that listeners battling similar emotional storms might be able to find solace in.

When he sings, “Is there a place for me to rest my brain, tears rolling down my face,

No I can’t stay in this lonely place that’s inside my brain,

Need to get out of my head,

Need to get out of my bed,

But both be so hard…” you feel him all the way.

This moving piece enters with a heartfelt guitar intro followed by some wailing euphonies and some film-like voice-over that heighten the music’s theme. The tune is allowed to build up and acquaint itself to a listener before the deep beats are unleashed; a heavy bass line melded proficiently with the atmospheric synths with the alluring percussions and guitar following through with melody and rhythm to fashion a splendorous masterpiece!

His voice carries so much emotion with it and you can feel them being exuded in melancholic fashion as he wonders when all this will be over. He employs his sing-song artistic style with near-perfect demeanor and before you know it, the tune is finished. He wrote this tune from personal experience and found strength in his pain and vulnerability. This will in turn console so many listeners going through hell and inspire them to keep pushing to come out of the other side strong and ready to face the world again!

Follow the attached link to stream and save this heartwarming tune. Share it with other listeners and make sure you follow Deja Solo for that therapeutic dose every once a week- he never disappoints!

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Delvin

Founder of Tunepical, a blog dedicated to sharing my love of music with you. I believe that music is the key to life, and if you're listening to the right songs at the right time, everything is possible!

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