American multi-talent Ezediel talks about not taking care of our emotional state in highly relatable track “Burnout,” which blends highly distorted guitars and gritty bass with growling vocals for a fierce yet foreboding soundscape. Crafted as a warning to not get lost in our pursuit of our goals, the track is an innovative offering hinged on layered sonics.
With a dark, rumbling instrumental that encapsulates the stress and frustration that’s part and parcel of life, the track makes a seamless crossover between hip-hop and rock, nuanced with elements of Nu-Metal. Written over the course of day, and produced in one week, “Burnout,” demonstrates Ezediel’s full musical potential, after having debut just last year.
Having grown in suburban Manhattan and found expression through different forms of art, Robert Wayne forms a confident sense of identity through his expansive, culturally-aware soundscape influenced by real life experiences and a lifetime of moving around the globe. Carrying forward the buzz he created through previous releases, the earthy tones and poignant theme of “Burnout,” establish him as an act worth keeping an ear out for.