“Lucky for us the sonic pairing did work out. “Vacation” is the pause that we all too often forget to take for ourselves. The song affords us a chance to reflect on finding happiness and truth in our lives, if only for a few minutes.” — Hailey Dukes
Today, PLAYGROUND Detroit published an interview article featuring the Detroit-native artist King Visionary. The article shares the journalist’s thoughts about his new track “Vacation” produced by Eric Dingus. During the interview, the singer-songwriter disclosed his relationship with Dingus’ manager, and how the collaboration came to be. Also, the two converse about various music styles, the meaning behind the music, and more. Read the full story.
In August, Singersroom premiered “Vacation” for the Detroit-native singer-songwriter King Visionary.
In an email to Elle Breezy, King Visionary stated that “you are never really able to escape yourself, you use the time for self-reflection, which can often be repetitive and tedious.” The artist also shared that “‘Vacation’ isn’t part of a specific project, but it is a part of a series of introspective bangers I want to release before the weather gets too cold. Something to reflect on before the winter hits.”
Stream the track on the premiere site.
— Singersroom.com (@singersroom) August 28, 2017
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