Here’s the concept: Every Friday, we will propose a track that will stimulate your iTunes and other media players. Hip, groovy, folky. Not particularly recent but rather unrevealed.
We will also disclose a visual that I shaped during this week. Impromptu, random, graphic. Not particularly relevant, just capricious.
This week’s track is Lama’s Dead by Karma. A 100% Lebanese song written and composed by Zeid Hamdan in homage to a friend of his who became addicted to heroin. It depicts the failure of her beloved ones as well as the solitude of addicts. Fortunately, Lama didn’t die. The singer Karma is a friend of mine and a great graphic designer. She never considered singing as a career, but I strongly recommend her to seriously start thinking about it. Now.
Lama’s Dead – Karma
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