«We Can Make It Better – Rap Version» which features the music-maker’s first-ever rap in this fired-up Covid-19 inspired Top40-style anthem for hope.
«Drive», the second track, is one of the first solo efforts ever penned by the recording artist as a young teenager and is a rich example of the music-maker’s creative capacity as a scratch-to-spin songwriter/producer. This sensitive Adult Contemporary cut is an Elton John and Billy Joel infused ballad inspired by the penman’s struggles as a closeted LGBTQ+ youth with what was later discovered to be High-Functioning Autistic Disorder (also known as Aspergers).
The third track, «Give It To Me» is another energetic anthem, but this time a sexy, danceable Prince-flavoured funkpop party track celebrating freedom of expression and sexual diversity.
Mixed in a style akin to John Lennon’s «Imagine», the fourth track is a more tender, stripped-down acoustic revisiting of «Drive» – an homage to how the song was originally written; simple piano and vocal.
The fifth and final cut is a shortened radio edit of «We Can Make It Better» for those markets where it may apply.
SaintAhmad is a Brooklyn-based rapper, singer, dancer, and songwriter who creates soulful, innovative R&B songs mixed with throwback hip-hop aesthetics. Being somewhat of a hopeless romantic, his music has undertone themes of love and sex, where he explores the fantasies that ruminate in his head.
«Legacy» premieres this weekend on Spotify and Apple Music and is about feeling proud about who we are and what we believe in, regardless of what other people think, and to pass that on to upcoming generations. The record labels behind the song is TGR Music Group and Sony Music Sweden.