Jake Paul | Balance (Radio Edit)

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Balance (Radio Edit)

by Jake Paul

This song is about how SHE changed my life by helping me see that I was out of BALANCE.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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JAKE PAUL - ARTIST & PRODUCER
For a guy who didn’t pick up a guitar until he was 21, singer-songwriter Jake Paul has already advanced further than musicians with far greater experience. He’s released 3 albums in 5 years and — now touring and recording as Jake Paul — has quickly become a Midwestern roots-rock favorite and makes annual appearances at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, an 11-day event hailed as “the world’s largest music festival.”
With influences ranging from Twenty One Pilots to Post Malone to Imagine Dragons to Sublime, Jake Paul’s authentic and memorable songs rise above the disposable rock ’n’ roll heard on mainstream radio. His performances feature musicians who’ve built a loyal fan base playing honest, evocative music. The 2011 full-length debut CD, The Jailbreak, includes “Hollow,” a song about Jake’s mother, whose 1988 murder at the age of 33 remains unsolved more than 25 years later. Jake’s first-person retelling of the killing is as haunting as the song’s title suggests: “Remember just to say goodbye/’cause you’re never too young to die.”
The Jailbreak and 2013’s The Providence EP showcase a band bursting with meaningful songs about resiliency, love, hate, and moving on and letting go — all anchored by clever wordplay, flashes of reggae and hip-hop, and bright melodies that belie the weight of Jake’s often bold and raw lyrics. In early 2014, Jake Paul returned to Milwaukee’s Studio Z to re-record songs from The Jailbreak with new, more radio-friendly arrangements that don’t diminish the legitimacy of the songs. Additionally, in 2015 Jake Paul recorded new original material with accompanying vocalist Kristin Urban (Jamaica) from the reggae-rock band Urban Empress and the UrbanItes. This newest release is titled "Urbanize It" and was released in the summer of 2016.
The music has been released by Anamoly Records, Jake’s own label, which helped finance his band’s first two albums and may eventually sign other artists, too. For now, though, Jake Paul is all about playing music — “good music that people enjoy,” Jake says. “It sounds so obvious, but that truly is my goal.

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