ALBUM REVIEW: Ty Brasel ‘Destiny: Vol. 1’

Memphis-born and raised rapper Ty Brasel breaks the downward spiral pattern and packages it in a new project, ‘Destiny: Vol. 1’. Brasel focuses on his craft and wishes for a new beginning by saying no more to a destructive lifestyle.

‘Destiny: Vol. 1’ illustrates the hope of a man who is aware of his downfalls but turns his frustration into inspiring material that has the power to set others for a better, more fulfilling life. Using his struggles for a sonic backdrop, Brasel manifests for better things coming.

Listening to ‘Destiny: Vol. 1’, you will feel the heaviness of Brasel’s life experiences. Though it may get dark at times, the soaring pop hooks and catchy choruses keep the lights on. The whole purpose behind this project is not to get overwhelmed by the pressure of your life’s purpose (‘On Me’ featuring Jenna Wright) and celebrate your successes and accomplishments (‘Amazing’) while still owning up to one’s downsides (‘Right My Wrongs’ featuring Jay-Way). “Right My Wrongs’ is like a modern-day sinner’s prayer,” says Brasel.

Ty Brasel’s only wish is to inspire anyone who is looking to get on the right path, and ‘Destiny: Vol. 1’ is the ultimate project of resilience and testament you can get through anything.


by Karolina Kramplova

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