Mykel Thinks About Her Growth In “Everything I Thought I Knew”
Being an adult or growing up to be an adult must be among the most difficult phases of everyone’s life.
Mykel sings about this in her latest song titled “Everything I Thought I Knew” which is the frank reflection of an overthinker going through life’s most common transformation.
With her unique, enticing, sexy voice and words, she elevates the emotional track to new musical heights as the themes of Mykel’s songs emphasize the value of psychological health, honesty, individual sovereignty, and physical attractiveness.
You shouldn’t miss Mykel’s latest release, which is a fantastic addition to her already burgeoning song catalog. It is really creative with top-notch production.
Soon after the occurrences of March 2020, right before the epidemic and worldwide lockdown, she and her friend and teammate musician Lily Jacqueline Bridgewater couldn’t resist but concentrate their creative powers on the whirlwind of growing feelings that were being made worse by those happenings.
The young artist is determined to inspire young people with a moving performance based on her own hardships as a person growing up.
Artists like Zara Larsson, Sabrina Carpenter, Ella Mai, H.E.R., Jessie J, JoJo, Snoh Aalegra, and Tori Kelly have been likened to Mykel’s sound.
You go closer into the meaning of a well-written body of work that aims to educate you about sentiments you didn’t know you possessed as well as help you come to grips with your own.