“Silly Me. I Thought I’d Be On By 21!” Charity Releases New Music, “Millennials”

Charity is back with new music!

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Millennials captures the feelings many of us 20 and 30 somethings have about the struggles of navigating through this economy. The song, which was co-produced by Slate the Producer and Brandon “Showtime” Bland, has the church organ keys playing in the background that has you wanting to say “Amen,” to this testimony of living in 2018.

Per her interview with Billboard Charity goes on to explain the purpose of Millennials:

“My mission was to talk about the fact that we’re not alone,” she explains. “We’re all feeling this social media pressure, wanting to keep up yet falling far behind — and mind-f***ed by all this instant gratification around us. When I want something I can go on Amazon and get it instantly. If I want a fact I can Google it and know right away. There’s so much information, but our ability to become ourselves and come into success or into stability is so delayed compared to generations before us. Everything moves so fast for us, except our own lives. So I wanted to explore that, but in a fun way, musically.”

The Detroit native and  Tennessee State University (Woot woot! Big Blue!) alum previously released an EP, Yellow in 2015.

Check out the song Millenials below:

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