C.h.a.m.p releases a fiery album, Therapy, filled with an extraordinary production and lyrical intelligence. Coming back with a new album after healing from getting shot and undergoing a transformation, C.h.a.m.p drops his debut album.
They say that music is supposed to heal. C.h.a.m.p is an artist who is attempting to do that. Because of the lyricism, Therapy definitely lives up to its name. There is something that allows you to feel every emotion on this album. Every track on this album offers some kind of new perspective. Opening up the project with "I Gotta Story to Tell," C.h.a.m.p incorporates real footage of the news narrating him getting shot in the head at a house party. He makes it clear that this was the turning point of him beginning to express his emotions through the music. Laying down piano keys for a suspenseful production, C.h.a.m.p creates the perfect sounds for this symbolism of transformation. The next track, "Lion" also demonstrates his strength, as his rhymes and his flow are impeccable. Hearing the passion with every single word he spits, his bold delivery is truly felt throughout. Then there are other tracks, such as "Show Me Your Heart," where he switches his style up, delivering a love song with smooth and crisp vocals, including witty punchlines. The different themes in these songs undeniably tap into different emotions.
If you're here to zone into your feelings and listen to a variety of emotions, play Therapy.