2020 EP release including the single "I Wish I Knew". Before Forest Blakk could sing about loss and love, he had to pull himself back from the brink. Raised by parents with a history of drug use, he has hair-raising tales of his childhood, including an assassination attempt on his father on the family's front stoop, rooms full of cash, and constant uprooting to places like Jamaica and Florida. Blakk underwent a spiritual and physical transformation that enabled him to carve a new musical direction that he calls "urban folk," blending his identity as a city kid with his attraction to artists like Don Henley and Joe Cocker, whose soulfulness and emotionality resonate with him. Now he's the kind of nimble songwriter who etches new facets into the surfaces of tried and true terrain.
2020 EP release including the single "I Wish I Knew". Before Forest Blakk could sing about loss and love, he had to pull himself back from the brink. Raised by parents with a history of drug use, he has hair-raising tales of his childhood, including an assassination attempt on his father on the family's front stoop, rooms full of cash, and constant uprooting to places like Jamaica and Florida. Blakk underwent a spiritual and physical transformation that enabled him to carve a new musical direction that he calls "urban folk," blending his identity as a city kid with his attraction to artists like Don Henley and Joe Cocker, whose soulfulness and emotionality resonate with him. Now he's the kind of nimble songwriter who etches new facets into the surfaces of tried and true terrain.
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Artist: Forest Blakk
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2020 EP release including the single "I Wish I Knew". Before Forest Blakk could sing about loss and love, he had to pull himself back from the brink. Raised by parents with a history of drug use, he has hair-raising tales of his childhood, including an assassination attempt on his father on the family's front stoop, rooms full of cash, and constant uprooting to places like Jamaica and Florida. Blakk underwent a spiritual and physical transformation that enabled him to carve a new musical direction that he calls "urban folk," blending his identity as a city kid with his attraction to artists like Don Henley and Joe Cocker, whose soulfulness and emotionality resonate with him. Now he's the kind of nimble songwriter who etches new facets into the surfaces of tried and true terrain.