October 1, 2020


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Tragic Hero – My Own Worst Enemy Album Review via the Bookkeeper

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Tragic Hero – My Own Worst Enemy Album Review via the Bookkeeper – Album Review

by Daryl Kemp/Hall and Alvin Hall

Hot Tracks: Determination, Winter, Nothing You Can Do, Try Again

Hot Lines: ” What’s a seed that never grows. Could have been a tree, you never know.  Now the years past by, and never saw the height of all these hypotheticals” on Winter Song

Guest Appearances: Dre Murray, John Givez, Christon Gray, Taelor Gray & David James

Overview:  Overall this is a good project for Tragic Hero.  His flow is on point and his production is nice.

Intro: The intro track sets off the album nicely.

Forever King: This track is nice.  It is getting a lot of spins on the DJ Wadeo Show.

Determination (feat. John Givez): I love this track in my earbuds when I am running.  It’s motivating, encouraging and flat out a great song.

Winter:  Chorus is tight. One of the best songs on the album.

Nothing You Can Do: “you can hear the echoes in the hallway. Maybe I’ve been speeding down the wrong way. Feel like I’ve been struggling all day. Does it ever end? I’m running out of strength and recommend that you, clear out the room. I’m on the brink.”

I love this song! This song reminds me to always ask God for strength and help me to replenish my armor for Him as I walk in this world.

Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. (‭Ephesians‬ ‭6‬:‭11‬ NIV)

Try Again (feat. Christon Gray): This song is so inspirational. I can feel the struggles of life and the hope in God on this song. That’s hard to pull off for anybody on one song alone! The bonus to the song is Christian Gray killing it on this track!

Happy People (feat. Taylor Gray): I love the hook on this track right here and the lyrics match it! “and we hunted by the ghost of missing fathers!” Nice track! Well done! Tragic and Taylor killed it, talking about our culture and I pray people really listen and think about what they’re saying. Our society glamorizes the bad and I agree in the question on the hook. “Happy people, what happened to the love?”

“He who does not love does not know God, for God is love.” I John‬ ‭4:8‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

Summary: This album is Bookkeeper Approved.  The album really heats up in the middle.  Tracks 4 through 8 are hot. Tragic Hero opens up his heart and pours it out from his notebook. The songs on the album offer a wide range of emotion. Tragic expresses his talents as an artist. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for Tragic and his future projects.

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