NYC-based singer-songwriter Paul Maged lately launched his brand-new single/music video, “All the things’s Gonna Be Alright,” a music about seizing the second.
Paul explains, “After finishing and releasing my final album, ‘Tradition Warfare,’ I used to be emotionally spent. I wasn’t positive I needed to jot down or launch any extra music. On the identical time, I actually began to reconnect to the vitality of New York Metropolis. So many individuals wrote in regards to the demise of NYC in the course of the pandemic, saying it will by no means come again the identical. However to me, it by no means left. I went to a bunch of my outdated stomping grounds and each impressed one thing completely different in me. I began writing once more and this music poured out of me in lower than a few hours. Lyrically I needed one thing that mixed the romanticism and grittiness of NYC with emotions of positivity, love, and gratefulness.”
He goes on so as to add, “I wanted a recent really feel and vibe for this music, so I needed to work with somebody new on the engineering facet. I met Dan Konopka from the Grammy-winning band ‘OK Go’ and we hit it off. Dan combined and mastered the music and I really feel like he captured the precise vitality that I needed.”
Born in Boston, MA, Paul grew up in Framingham, the place he began writing music and lyrics on the age of 10 on a Casio keyboard his father purchased him. Later, he studied privately at The Boston Conservatory of Music beneath the tutelage of Donald J. Bravo.
After highschool, he attended The American Musical & Dramatic Academy, adopted by writing and performing stand-up and sketch comedy, together with appearances on SNL and indie movies, reminiscent of Bobby G. Can’t Swim.
When Paul’s father handed away, he returned to music as remedy, adopted by releasing Diamonds & Demons, which obtained huge acclaim. Paul then determined to launch a trilogy of EPs. Paul’s music has been featured on UFC Struggle Go and Titan Combating movies and MTV’s Suppose Once more Intercourse Myths Revealed, together with a pre-Grammy nomination for “No Extra Love Tonight.”
“All the things’s Gonna Be Alright” opens on a cool guitar using a rumbling rhythm as Paul’s sensible vocals infuse the lyrics with buoyant savors. The texture and circulation of the tune are ebullient and brimming with luminous accents atop a fats, pulsing bassline.
A feel-good music stuffed with galvanizing vitality, “All the things’s Gonna Be Alright” demonstrates the expertise of Paul Maged for writing electrifying music.