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The album, which debuted at 5 on the U. It will take place at Sunflower Hill — a green space on North Fifth Street that aims to unite the community through events. Short story shorter: I wanted to come home. Everything else has been Sunflower Hill for me. The music biz, in regard to celebrity in particular, has always been strange to me. I just wanted to get back here, and do something. When new music came out, I wanted to be able to point to other things I was doing other than who I was dating, or what I was wearing.
Of course, there is too much of a good thing, especially with music. More often than not, nostalgia goes beyond sweetening a scene and warps our perception of a record. Sometimes the memories attached to an album carry more weight or age better than the record itself. Enter: To The 5 Boroughs. Far from a dud, Boroughs , is simply a very solid album that had the misfortune of being surrounded by landmark works of hip-hop. To The 5 Boroughs had always been on my radar as a Beastie fan, but I truly lost myself in the album while walking around Boston, on the coattails of winter, with a deadening head cold.
After accumulating , Spotify streams on Tofer Dolan's breakout single, "Electric Heart Extended Version ," his decision has garnered promising results. Tackling topics like the emptiness of romance in the digital age, Tofer Dolan's lyrical content is compelling and pleasant on the ears. Billboard connected with the singer and his long-time producer Oren Yoel , to discuss placing their records above industry politics, international inspiration, the importance of person-to-person interaction, and returning to hip-hop. Become familiar with what fuels Tofer Dolan's unique soundscapes in their own words. Asher Roth : I believe this began around I was living in Los Angeles and had a dream of a gentleman who was sneaking out of a window. He was leaving a party. When he snuck out of the window, he ended up in this vast darkness. The dream had this [unique] music playing in the background. I get a lot of information and ideas from my dream world.