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KeithCharles SPACEBAR released a provocative new project last week, “Me in Heaven. Me in Hell, Vol II.” The 12:16 minute compilation is a journey into the inner workings of KeithCharles’ mind as he explores the space “where heaven ends and hell begins.” His lyrics are intimate without being too revealing, and overall the project feels warmly authentic, which adds an element of comfort to the experimental sound. He moves between pain, funk, romance, soul, and self-assurance, fluidly. He shared his inspiration for the project on Genius: “More than ever I believe now is a time that we need to share more of what it means to be human. We already show our face, and we can be more than just a mirror. I use my music to understand parts of myself and others that normally we don’t show.”
“Me in Heaven. Me in Hell, Vol II.” is confident, engaging, and tends towards uplifting. It feels a little bit like healing, to me. Listen to “Me in Heaven, Me in Hell, Vol II” below.
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