Moses Burnom’s New Song Will Teach You to Let Em’ Go
After auditioning for ABC’s “American Idol” and NBC’s “The Voice” in mid 2013-2014, Moses Arnez Burnom has never lost passion for singing and making music. He is a 24 year old independent recording artist based in Mansfield, Ohio. He is pursuing his passion for music under the stage name Moses Sings. He first was a poet who wrote several top-calibre poems for his local church and evening events before he inevitably ventured into music writing. He creates Pop Music that focuses on the message. He offers music with no cursing and lyrics that really paint the picture with strong imagery and provide an overall meaningful experience. One of Moses’s dreams was to compete on American Idol, with another one being to become a signed recording artist at Capitol Records in Los Angeles, California. His mission is to provide value to others in any way possible. Rising from a less fortunate past, Moses wants to shed light into the darkness of life’s everyday battles.
Moses’s new song ”Let Em’ Go” has lyrics that are understandable on the surface, but also have quite a deeper meaning. The song reflects upon a chapter in his life and, without giving too much away, it is something that happens in everyone’s life at some point. However, he provides a lighthearted twist to the situation. It’s raw but polished, deep but not too deep, fun but not too fun so that you can’t take the message too seriously. The lyrics depict a situation that happens frequently to all and the song is one to listen to if ever you are ever experiencing feelings of abandonment or complacency in your relationship and need some vibes.
He’s definitely an artist to look out for as he continues to entertain with his music that he releases regularly in high volume.