You Don't See Me Edit #4
This is somewhat of an autobiographical commentary. However, it may apply to many, in all aspects of life with their different interpretations of perspectives. In this case, the supposition is that for the audience, the two hours or so of a stage performance can often times delivers a somewhat skewed perception of who the artist really is and to a more serious degree, what they represent. This is often the case in the genre referred to as “Rap”. Audiences can often be mislead by the 2 or so hours on stage and not see the individual behind the artist; they are plural.
“You Don’t See Me” is presented here in a very raw form (Edit #) and performed in a manner possibly somewhat reminiscent of The Who (Noah style of course), this song is intended to invoke the feeling of the 70’s rock era where free form was acceptable. Much in the style of Baba “O Reiley this song is intended to feel make you feel as though that era never left; but with a point.
Yeah, I know; it’s a bit on the pop side for me but stuff happens sometimes.
Let me know what you think