Eric Cohen, a hip-hop artist from Kansas City, is known for being sincere and open about his beliefs, as he’s also a minister in a juvenile detention center weekly. His new single, “On The Edge (Choir Version),” continues in this honest style.
In this strong song, Cohen talks about serious topics like feeling really sad and thinking about ending one’s life. But he doesn’t just talk about the problems; he also gives a message of hope and how to get better. He touches on some thoughts provoking messages that resonates with people from all walks of life, and can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Cohen has been making music for about three years now, listening to him you can hear sounds of some famous musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Mac Miller, and Toby Mac.
“On The Edge (Choir Version),” was recorded in his basement, from the recording and production and mixed by Uptown Productions. Although Cohen doesn’t think of himself as a singer, he did real good in broadcasting this message which serves as a resort to people going through hard times.
“On The Edge (Choir Version)” isn’t just a sad song; it’s also a song that gives hope. It shows that music can help people when they’re feeling down and that Eric Cohen cares about making the world a better place through his music and his work with young people.
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