Chris Batson‘s first featured cut, Tomorrow Will Be Better, found him grappling with the question of theodicy—i.e., whether a morally just God can coexist with human suffering. On I Know, single numero uno off his forthcoming studio debut, he sets aside the philosophical conundrums to tackle a more personal subject. Over his own cinematic, string-laced production, with help from Tcollar, The Monsters and Strangerz , the Magic City crooner addresses a woman who recently walked out of his life, struggling to accept that her feelings for him have faded. The optimistically-titled P.S Love Never Dies has yet to receive a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the LP as more information surfaces.
Written by richard on 06/17/14
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