Chris Orrick Uses Music As a Form Of Survival With ‘Out To Sea’ [Audio]

Chris Orrick Uses Music As a Form Of Survival With 'Out To Sea' [Audio]

Detroit based political Hip-Hop artist Chris Orrick officially releases his much-anticipated album Out To Sea. The album includes tracks like “Funny Things,” an ode to the feeling of doubt one experiences while watching our country go into a seemingly downward spiral, as well as something seemingly more light-hearted like “Liquor Store Hustle.” Then there are the tracks that hit closer to the core: “A Dying Man” is a harrowing portrait of substance abuse and “Wallow Hard” leaves Chris questioning his own effort and whether or not it has all been a waste. Each song is an expression of the dark corners of the mind one may experience but with a humorous lining, which can be the most effective as far as personal therapy. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

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