Ghost Note Presents the Melancholy “On and On”

Non-binary artist Ghost Note’s “On and On” isn’t a traditional rap song. It’s got non-autotuned vocals that remind me of ’90s grunge for starters. The song goes over “the monotony of loss” and was partly inspired by a death in Note’s family. The resulting song finds them speaking on what it means to lose something, even touching on their gender identification with lines such as “I am not the son I’m meant to be.” However, it’s not just about loss and not just about confronting gender norms. The song is also a track that gives us a view into Note as a person, who they’ve become due to loss and what they want from life. Check out their song below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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