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Byron Bank | Drank & Bottled Up Emotions

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Drank & Bottled Up Emotions

by Byron Bank

Hip-Hop content having a voice compelled with unconcealable pain, fueled from stress, sorrows, depressions, joy, and life worries.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bang Bang
4:10 album only
2. Friends Turned Enemies
2:54 album only
3. Holy Flow (feat. Chris Dolla)
4:14 album only
4. Milestones in Blueprint (feat. Mani Starz)
4:02 album only
5. All in My Head (feat. Tone Jonez)
4:34 album only
6. Sick & Tired
3:47 album only
7. Fragmented
3:01 album only
8. Getting Mine (feat. Ikethawrita)
3:39 album only
9. Politics as Usual (feat. Dro Frazier)
5:02 album only
10. Lord Knows
3:59 album only
11. Saving Grace
3:57 album only
12. Someday (feat. Tone Jonez)
3:59 album only
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Album Notes
"Drank & Bottled Up Emotions" is a glance into the life of Byron Bank, as it relates to feeling stressed, depressed, betrayed, worried, and full of joy. "Drank & Bottled Up Emotions" really hone in on the experience of an individual having a strong feeling about something and not speaking up, until enough is enough. It is a purely emotional yet melodic album.

"All In My Head" is an example of those dark, depressing moments, but "Lord Knows" lifts them to the joys of going through those hardships. "Sick and Tired" could not have been a better titled for this song; it truly speaks for itself. A sense of betrayal from friends come about in "Friends Turned Enemies." Then, there is the element of remembering a lost loved one, "Someday," which Bank informs us very passionate to be his dad.

The words in "Drank & Bottled Up Emotions," really hit home because there are always life struggles around the corner. It is never a pleasant experience to hold in your emotions. Everyone handles their emotions differently, and Byron Bank used his voice and sound as an outlet for "Drank & Bottled Up Emotions."



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