“When It’s Our Love That’s Lost’ is a Song About Putting Pride Aside For the Sake of Love
From an old coal mining town called Slickville in the heart of Pennsylvania, to becoming an international charting country artist, Gary Pratt is on a roll, up hill. Since the release of his 3rd acclaimed album, “Something Worth Remembering (MTS Records)”, Pratt has been claiming his well-earned space as a country music contender.
From racking up 75K Spotify streams on the album’s first single, “A Song You Can Drink A Beer To,” to reaching #1 on the iTunes Country Songs chart in South Africa, and being a fan favorite on WNHE Nashville Radio while accruing 15K monthly Spotify listeners, Pratt, who is a man of faith, feels blessed and grateful that his music is resonating with fans worldwide.
And now the results of his next single off the album are proving that Pratt has staying power. “When It’s Our Love That’s Lost” has hit #1 on National Radio Hits AC40 Charts. The self-penned intimate relationship song is about a man who puts his pride on the back burner to keep the flames of love alive. I can’t take another day. I can’t face another night. No I can’t go on like this without you in my life”
“Gary Pratt taps into the inherent confessional quality of country rock with the tender “When It’s our Love That’s Lost.” Full of so much fire and passion, he delivers each line from a life lived to the absolute fullest.” – Indie Pulse Music
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About Gary Pratt
Gary Pratt is a singer, a songwriter, and most of all, an energetic country entertainer, who connects with his audience. Gary has had the pleasure of singing at the Tennessee State Fair, Rocky Gap Music Festival and CMA Fest. Gary has been the opening act for such greats as Dwight Yoakum, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, Ronnie Milsap and Crystal Gayle, to name a few.
His March 2021 album release, “Something Worth Remembering” (MTS Records), is dedicated to his brother, who recently passed. The album is a combination of Gary’s originals and songs written by hit Nashville songwriters. The title track was written by Grammy Award Nominee, Tony Arata, who wrote Garth Brooks’ “The Dance”. In the making for more than a year, the album was recorded at Tonic Studios with Engineer Doug Kasper, Producer Bryan Cole (Ashley Puckett, Savannah) and Musician/Artist Adam Ernst. Excited about this new album, Gary invited MTS Records’ award-winning male vocalist Matt Westin and multiple international #1 iTunes female vocalist Savannah (Nider) to help out on a few songs. Savannah and Gary recorded the duet he wrote, “To Find Us”, at Omni Studios in Nashville. The album contains the international #1 iTunes smashes, “A Song You Can Drink a Beer To” and “Country to the Bone.” His new single is the self-penned, “When It’s Our Love (That’s Lost.)” which is currently climbing the US National Radio Hits and New Music Weekly radio charts.
A man of faith, Gary is forever thankful to God for walking with him through life, paving this music journey and for putting the gift of music in his heart. Not only has music been an outlet emotionally that has helped Gary through some rough times, it has brought family together and has introduced him to some of the most amazing people he is proud to call friends.
For more information, please visit Gary Pratt’s website.
MEET THE ARTIST MEL THE PROPHET
Hello Mel The Prophet, Thanks for coming to Honk Magazine to talk about your career.
Tell us a little more about when you first got into music?
Mel the Prophet- I first got into music in 2016. I used to freestyle with my friends and I was becoming really good and around that time I went to a NIpsey Hussle concert and an epiphany and was inspired to speak about my truth over music to inspire people how I was inspired by Nipsey
If you could describe your sound/style in one word, what would it be and why?
Mel the Prophet- If I could describe my music in one word it would be, [ UNIQUE ] because , my music comes from real experiences while being witty and aggressive with intention to motivate the listener to view themselves and the world in a different perspective.
What would you say to any aspiring recording artists who look up to your work?
Mel the Prophet- What I would say to aspiring artists who look up to my work is always be a learner and humble but always be honest with who you are before doing music, no matter what!
What quote or mantra do you live by?
Mel the Prophet- The mantra I live by is, if no one existed on the earth but you, how would you feel and what would you do and who would you be? ,,, now feel, do and be that with everyone existing on earth!
What is your hobby outside of music?
Mel the Prophet- My hobby outside of music is working out, reading and learning new ways to help others become more self aware.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Mel the Prophet- Where I see myself in 5 years is living on a ranch with multiple acres being a household name in music and the mental health industry providing value in creative ways to those who need help.
Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?
Mel the Prophet- What I have upcoming is a musical project, “SELF HELP” the self awareness guide and I’m also working on a RnB album
What is the inspiration behind your latest song?
Mel the Prophet- The inspiration behind my latest song, “Help 1 Self” (Mental Health Anthem) was experiencing the pandemic when a lot of people became afraid and aware of the fact their mental health was at stake.
What are your “5 things I wish someone told me when I first started” and why. Please share a story or example for each.
Mel the Prophet- The 5 things I wish someone told me when I first started:
Expect no support from the people you want or expect support from. I was always a good person and a person who was “friends” with many people, not just around me or in my community but all around and thought I was going to get support from them because I was doing something good.
INVEST IN YOURSELF: Even though I did invest in myself, I was expecting others to invest in me because of the ideas I had and how beneficial they would be for others.
FOCUS ON THE BIGGER PICTURE: As much as I thought I was focusing on the bigger picture, I actually wasn’t. I was rushing the process to become what I knew I am and I would attempt to force myself and my vision onto people without trusting the process of just doing the work day in and day out.
KNOW WHEN TO SAY NO!: Being a good person can be tiring when you’re attempting to help anyone and everyone. Some people do not align with your mission or purpose. I would give my hand out to anyone who asked for it and then be in a situation where the person or people would just attempt to take advantage of my kindness.
FULFILL YOUR PURPOSE and not your ego
Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?
Mel the Prophet- Some tips for my colleagues not to burn out:
1: SOLITUDE (spend time with yourself and your own thoughts).
2: Spend time in nature without technology . Nature is the essence of our being, being able to breathe in the air and listen to the natural habit of nature is a key element to self awareness to redirect your energy.
3: SLEEP WELL + REST.
4: Spend time with family and people you love doing things that are fun and not just work all the time .. finding the balance.
How can our readers follow you online?
Mel the Prophet- Readers can find me on ALL social media platforms, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube,Tik Tok under @meltheprophet or Mel the Prophet my direct website is www.help1self.com
BAINS. shares new single “Feel Awful”
Vancouver, Canada artist BAINS. has shared a new single called “Feel Awful”. The second single from his upcoming album Punch Drunk, this self-produced offering contains emotive sonics and relatable lyricism- making for an evocative and memorable listen.
BAINS. comes through with captivating lyrics that find the artist at a low point, ruminating over past mistakes and time lost. Also themed around his love/ hate relationship with alcohol, the honesty of this single’s subject matter shines through and impacts the listener directly.
Production-wise, “Feel Awful” is engagingly dynamic, with bouncy percussion and grooving bass dropping in mid-way through the first verse and crescendoing in the chorus to create a gripping effect. Drawing the listener into the song’s atmosphere as it builds, the production here is sharply-crafted and vivid.
The latest from BAINS., “Feel Awful” combines hip-hop, alternative R&B, and alt-pop influences into a vibrant and refreshingly personal medley.
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