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Notion Shines Light On Suicide Prevention On “Goodbye”

16-year-old Notion — repping Salt Lake City, Utah — is bringing a perspective in the prevalent theme of suicide prevention,…

16-year-old Notion — repping Salt Lake City, Utah — is bringing a perspective in the prevalent theme of suicide prevention, examining the factors that lead kids to consider choosing death over life on “Goodbye.” From drug abuse to isolation, it’s not a unique angle, but one that deserves as much play as possible. Especially in an era where mental health issues are more prevalent than ever.

 
“Maybe this is goodbye,” he chants in the chorus. “Wish I could say that I had a good time.” The song at its core — much like shows like 13 reasons why — challenges listeners to perhaps take off their blinders and look for signs in individuals who may be suffering depression, anxiety, etc. Maybe an act of kindness/friendship could be the change they need.

Notion has crafted something dope here — worth poking around his catalog.

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ReachingNOVA Returns With New Single “Keep Rolling”

AAHH mainstay ReachingNOVA is back with a brand new single titled “Keep Rolling,” featuring Geo The Architect (which whom he…

AAHH mainstay ReachingNOVA is back with a brand new single titled “Keep Rolling,” featuring Geo The Architect (which whom he produced the song), and Switch’D. The song is a much-needed dose of motivation on a Monday morning,

“Gotta go get it is what I’m saying now, we go get it you waiting for life to play it out,” NOVA raps on the song’s second verse. The beat and verse — as they do with most of his songs — have an anthemic feel to them, blended with the often retrospective bars. “Giving you examples from my life, I ain’t trying to preach things,” he says as his verse comes to a close.

NOVA consistently has a sense of authenticity and real-world experience interspersed with music that gives it an edge, and “Keep Rolling” is no exception. Give the track a spin, below.

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