Austin, Texas Oct 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – In October, GoshujinSama will release his latest album entitled, “DUALity.”
GoshujinSama is Punk-Pop, Alternative Rap, and ElectroPop or what he likes to call “MiScHiEF MUSiC”. GoshujinSama (Artist, Producer, Audio Engineer from Atlanta, GA) is inspired by acts like Green Day, Billie Eilish, and Bring Me The Horizon.
GoshujinSama came out the gate strong with his debut single “Princess.wav”; a fun, sexy, frenetic, dance, electro-pop song that currently has over 130k views on TikTok and more than 7k streams on Spotify.
In October, GoshujinSama is releasing “DUALity,” in which he expands upon his musical vision. Tracks like Lobotomy and CYaL8r aLLig8r, combined with pump-up version Princess.wav round out the fresh, new sound.
When asked about his new approach in a recent interview, GoshunjinSama responded, “Someone once told me; that I need to learn to embrace duality.”
“I was having a tough time reconciling conflicting feelings and desires. Does stuff I feel make me an awful human being, despite time and time again proving that isn’t who I am? How do I live with duality? Perhaps I do so through spirituality or religion? Maybe Karma? Does thinking something awful make you a bad person? What if that thought makes you feel good? That’s the concept. It’s about resolving conflicting identities. Therefore, learning to embrace duality,” explains GoshujinSama.
Duality is being met with warm reviews:
“Princess is gloriously uncomfortable, and I couldn’t stop listening. Like rubbernecking a bloody accident. Loved it.” ~DiztroBeats
“The beat is infectious for the first bar. The lyrics are harsh and provocative. GoshujinSama has a way of shocking a listener into submission.” ~Indie Artist Showcase
“Nasty Princess.. part Lil’ Peep, part Hardstyle, part neo-punk adventure that delivers on every level. A unique style that I want to hear in a Shin’ya Tsukamoto flick.” ~ THE HUM
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