But, his bipolar issues held him back. And because of them, he often did some shit that a lot of people didn’t get. I called him out on this at one point myself, kind of in a pot calling the kettle black situation. I mean, I’m also bipolar and had my moments of undiagnosed unhinged “craziness” prior to my full acceptance of the diagnosis in 2013, and again in 2015. So, as I said before, I apologize to Charles and, as a fellow bipolar sufferer, I want him to succeed.
In celebration of his newest documentary, I’m going to look at what would’ve been Hamilton’s debut album. Now, this isn’t a traditional WIRTB Review. Spoiler alerts aplenty, I love This Perfect Life. I still have songs like “Tears of Fire” in my streaming playlists to this day. It had some classic moments. So, because of that, this WIRTB is more of a “should people give this project another listen” sort of WIRTB Review.