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Army veteran offers story to the world
with new single ‘It Would All Come True’
LOS ANGELES, CA – Aleckz Cee has a story to tell – one that travels all over the world and is filled with lessons learned from a childhood on the streets all the way through to adventures experienced while deployed as a member of the U.S. Army. And that story is coming to the forefront with his debut single “It Would All Come True.” It’s the first introduction to a longer story that will be told by the West Coast artist over the course of three or four full albums over the next few years. His long range plan for his music is one he’s thought long and hard about, and the work he’s put into crafting his unique sound and style is finally ready to pay off. This first single is his announcement to the world that he has a unique voice and story that can powerfully impact a lot of people.
Filled with nostalgic, old school hip hop vibes, “It Would All Come True” is a song that encourages listeners to keep pushing forward toward their dreams, even if things seem to get hard.
“If you have a goal in life, don’t just settle for anything because of what society is trying to tell you,” he said. “I could have been a manager at Walmart if I wanted to, but that wasn’t my dream. When I was in the Army, I realized I didn’t want to get to the end of my life and not do what I love, which is music. I’ve been working for a long time on my music and I hope it encourages people to realize that when you’re doing the right thing, even if it feels like everything isn’t paying off, just stick to it. Eventually, it’s about to come, and when it finally gets there, be ready to do something with it.”
Aleckz brings that inspiration through a sound and style that is one-of-a-kind. Described at times as a West Coast vibe with a flare of WuTang – almost a Baby Bash-meets-WuTang kind of sound – Aleckz definitely has the swagger that fans will enjoy. But unlike a lot of Latin hip hop artists, Aleckz avoids rapping about things like gangs or money and instead focuses on the joy of making art and helping people have a good time.
“This will be part of the first album which is where I’m beginning the story and telling people how I’m going to get there,” he said. “Once I get to the third or fourth album, it’ll be more of looking back at how I got there, and then how I’ve arrived. I’m building a story and taking people into my world. I know some people want to do music but are afraid of not looking the part or being put in a certain lane. I had those fears, and I want to encourage people through my music to stick with what they want to do as long as it’s moral. Don’t just follow the crowd and do what you think you’re supposed to do. Do what the right thing is.”
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