Maderanged dropped new song "Feed The Children"
Stop what you’re doing and stream the song “Feed The Children” by Maderanged on Artist Sounds. Maderanged makes his first appearance on our music blog with a unique and addictive sound worth that second listen. The song “Feed The Children” is a two-part attack on the woes of capitalism and wealth distribution (or lack thereof) from the perspective of someone that's gotten the worst cards in life. The first part of the song features a second-person perspective, and embodies a narrative view, asking questions like 'If the lord gave you one chance, would you make it out? If the sun fled from your door?'. The tone is grim and hopeless. There follows a brief but powerful interlude in which a Kwame Ture speech on capitalism transitions us into a more fast-paced, panicked landscape in which the perspective shifts from second to first person. This approach envelops the listener in the woes of not knowing financial stability, and its effects on the psyche. There is a definite change in tone - the hopelessness of the first part is transformed into a powerful anger, depicted by the fast pace and the commanding vocals. The transformation mirrors one that occurs so often in the life of the less fortunate - a hopelessness that transforms into a detrimental rage. Don’t sleep on this song or this artist. You can stream more of his work right now on SoundCloud.