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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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DJ D Glove & Larry Gordon Drop “Good Time” Video

It’s unique for an artist to be able to honestly describe their current release cycle as an authentic learning experience,…

It’s unique for an artist to be able to honestly describe their current release cycle as an authentic learning experience, but for singer Larry Gordan, his affiliation with HBCU Records is just that. A fully functioning student-run record label at the Mike Curb Institute at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, HBCU is helping groom a whole new generation of A&R’s, executives, and entrepreneurs in the city, while helping Gordan — a star on the rise — get his name out the masses.

Having recently wrapped a tour with Akon’s Konvict Kartel, the talented singer’s latest single “Good Time,” a collaboration with DJ D Glove, a Florida-based Army veteran, is a bop and a half. Having hit countless stages across the country, entertained icons, and had his music appear on both television and the big screen — including having his song played on an episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta — Gordan is putting in the groundwork for success.

Check out the official visual for “Good Time,” below.

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