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There is a national push by the people of America to make the recreational use of marijuana legal across the country. We have had six states legalize the plant and they are Alaska, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. The rest of the 50 seems to be grudgingly following behind. Darrell Kelley in his new single “I’m So High” (Viral Records) is getting his inspiration from the great state of Nevada. Vegas must be a lot of fun when you are so high that you get the idea you need to write a song about being so high.
Darrell Kelley is a musician and entrepreneur that has been consistently putting out singles and albums for a while now. His full-length releases (“Unity” from 2018 and “Here Ends The Lesson” in 2019) seemed to have more of a gospel hip hop flava and now the artist is letting his hair down. It must be some pretty heavy boo if it makes your heart beat that fast. One of the great things the users know about the drug is that it makes you relaxed. The singer notes in the song “I won’t get locked up because in Vegas it’s really legit”. So the level of relaxation increases tenfold when you don’t have to hole up in some undisclosed location and peer out the blinds every time you hear a sound you don’t recognize. The cops can strike paranoia in the heart of a brother taking a toke, but not tonight in Vegas. The Las Vegas town Council is making people relaxed and creative at the same time. Go Vegas!
The funky beats and keyboards give the song a slight hazy effect. It is also punctuated with some sexy moaning from a backup singer weaving in and out of the production. It is a funny trait that all weed smokers like to do; give you updates on just how high they are. It makes me laugh when people do it at a party. It is very entertaining when someone does it on a laid back party record like this. At least this singer knows the difference between what he is smoking and what he is drinking. The feeling is the difference and after I was done listening I felt like getting on Darrell’s level — and that is a good thang. Just like this record is a good thang.
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GAFFNEY, SC born. SPARTANBURG, SC raised. All 864.
HIP-HOP/SOUL artist out of Spartanburg, SC recently surging out of city and making moves in Charlotte, NC. Recently, “TRILL”, has opened up for Young MA, featured on recent JIMMY LEE project “Instrumental Burglary Vol. 3” “RIOT STORM” (LIL KIM Quiet Storm cover).
TRILL’s message to her fans: “I seek to make music which listeners connect through feeling, emotion and importantly soul. Its TRILL, the authentic with an aggressive real feel. Top Shelf.”