I'll Think Of You

by James Klynn

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Sometimes a responsibility that you're not ready for may fall into your lap. At that point you have to make a decision to wear the crown or leave the throne. Although you may walk away from the situation you can't walk away from the memory, you'll think of it. Enjoy this track produced by Cold Legistics and written by James Klynn. -Passion Ward

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Review by John Book
"James Klynn of the Freedom Hall collective has released a brand new song called “I’ll Think Of You”, where he takes a song source of sympathy, turns it inside out and reveals it as something romantic. I love the feel, because at first it begins like a movie, then like a record that you might have discovered at a thrift store or yard sale, before it hits hard with the ol’ boom bap. The line “yesterday’s paper/not relevant in these skyscrapers” stands out for me, and I think the lyrics stand out because they’re… well, written. It’s effort, it’s thought, it’s motivation, it’s ambition, it’s a song that isn’t done just for the sake of making something that’ll sound dope. For me, it’s a bit more and I hope that “more” is what brings people into hearing more from Klynn." John Book for ThisIsBooksMusic.com

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released August 14, 2012
Written by James Klynn
Vocals by Passion Ward
Produced by Cold Legistics
Mixed, Mastered and Recorded at Freedom Hall
Artwork by Bass Bred for WBD(Well-Bred Delinquentz)

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