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Radamez References New Life and Beginnings In The Resiliency Project Album Talented lyricist, Radamez, drops a new album titled “The Resiliency Project,” referencing new life and new beginnings, using African references and content infused with his unique style and hip-hop Ramel Joseph Williams, popularly known by the stage name, Radamez, is set to deliver another amazing listening experience to his fans and music lovers with the release of his new album titled The Resiliency Project. The captivating project features mind-blowing songs, as Radamez brings his creativity and ingenuity to bear, with his lyrical prowess evident in the musical journey across different life subjects.
“I use African references and content infused with my style and hip-hop. The album’s title is “The Resiliency Project,” referencing new life and new beginnings. Each track has a different statement and personality that’s a testament to not tolerating anyone’s bullshit and reclaiming the demands for yourself—at the same time, advocating for the culture to elevate and become better in finance and ownership. It is also an ode to me for being resilient through personal encounters and relationships. Hence the album cover is an artwork of an elephant purchased from an artist named Rasta Brizz (Nyolla nana) in Africa. The elephant has many symbolic meanings and embodies many characteristics of myself and black people.” – Radamez.
Radamez, who is also the owner of Team Triumph Publishing Company, is on a course to change the narrative in the music industry that has unfortunately been dominated by songs that deliver little to no content. The award-winning hip-hop act offers entertaining yet thought-provoking lyrics on banging beats to deliver the true essence of the genre to the world. His commitment to this philosophy has endeared Radamez to lovers of conscious music worldwide, with each of his releases being in high demand and leaving his fans in anticipation of the next “magic.”
“I want people to take whatever they can from the music. But the music is intended to evoke thought and transparency while uplifting the people and personal situations in my own life. It’s a confirmation that everything is possible no matter the circumstances. It is also a wake-up call that it’s time for the people to create or find change while demanding respect and becoming recognized.”
The Resiliency Project helps Radamez to showcase his growth and development since configuring a band two years ago, as he looks to bring thought and transparency while uplifting people and personal situations using his life experiences and happenings around the world. Songs like Eye of the Horus and New Jeruz speak directly to the situations and explain the personality of the artist.
The new album as well as other projects from Radamez can be found on all major streaming platforms for listeners across the globe.