So I’ve been jamming to this track for a while, but never got around to posting it. It’s one of the many drafts I started while on my brief hiatus, but never finished. See, even though I wasn’t completing any posts, I was still creating draft posts of good songs I heard with the intention of writing about them, eventually.
Well that time is now, so I’m dusting off the archives and starting with this track by Treesha Moore called “I’m A Lion”. The song really highlights Treesha’s phenomenal vocals, and I love when the track goes dubwise and features the African drums at the 2:18 mark. Check it out:
How did I find this track? I know you didn’t ask, but I’m going to tell you anyway because I feel like it 🙂 If you recall last year, shortly after I started this blog, I posted a great song by Sara Lugo and Protoje called “Really Like You”. Since that song was originally released, an official music video came out as well:
While searching for that video, I found a live version of the song on YouTube that I really enjoyed:
Now, if you take note of the title, this video indicates it is volume 2 of the Fire Farm Sessions. Naturally, I needed to know, what were the other volumes? Volume 3? Treesha in full effect. Boom.
This tune is so good, it rightfully deserves it’s own post. Once I heard the beginning of this song, I knew that I had definitely heard it before either at Thymeless or perhaps a DJ mix on Soundcloud, but I didn’t know the NAME of the singer. Finally figuring that out was quite satisfying, and allowed me to start looking up other songs by this wonderfully talented songstress, which is how I found “I’m A Lion”. Hope you enjoyed that trip down the synapses of TickuTalk!