NOLA rapper Pell releases his third full length installment, a 13-track album entitled Gravity via Payday Records in which he discusses heartbreak, witnessing his friends grow up, working with a label again and continuing to live his dream as a music artist.
Speaking more on the inspiration behind the album and its title, Pell explains:
"I ultimately decided to name my debut album 'Gravity' on the idea of staying grounded. I've been working on this project since my 'Girasoul' EP in 2016 and during this time went through a lot of big changes in my life.'Gravity' is also a metaphor for facing reality instead of faking reality, which is what I've been met with often since I moved to LA. I'm much more honest in my music than I was before, because I now feel I have more life experience through self-discovery. New Orleans is a big part of my identity so I'm carrying that with me in this project and not forgetting where I came from."
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Alongside the album drop, Pell shares a new video for his single "Too Much Of A Good Thing." Directed by Dominic Scott and written by Pell himself, the visual includes a bedroom that has been reconstructed outdoors.
Providing more detail on the visual imagery used in the video, Pell states:
"The TMOAGT video is about how most of us are just creatures of habit. The bed was painted cloud colors because it feels like a dream when things are going too good and you're in so deep that you can't see anything else. The interaction between us revolves around the bed and the booze - these things led us into a relationship that we can't see out of."
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