Beckwith has released a new music video entitled 'Time'.
This is a fresh new track from Beckwith, with a strong and powerful message. The artist aims to let people know that it is okay not to be okay, and that there are people to talk to if you need help. Mental health is crucial in today's day and age, and Beckwith shares his own experiences through clear and raw lyricism. The vocal delivery and execution is perfect. The crisp and comforting flow works beautifully with the magnificently produced instrumental. The beat is uplifting thanks to the melody. It screams a sense of 'Hey, there is light at the end of the tunnel. We can get through this'. The drum pattern helps create and sustain the rhythm for the composition. The visuals of the instrumental help support the themes and moral of the composition.
This is a highly recommended track! I am looking forward to future projects by Beckwith.
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