Ro Maiti | A Speck of Red in Black and White

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A Speck of Red in Black and White

by Ro Maiti

A speck of Love and Heartache, in the never-ending rat race, that is our lives.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. Educated Sadness
Ro
2:55 $0.99
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2. Isn't It True?
Ro
3:34 $0.99
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3. Rules to Life
Ro
3:58 $0.99
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4. Lost Myself
Ro
3:41 $0.99
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5. Where Have You Been?
Ro
2:48 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I have two songs that speak of the dreariness of our world and our society. And the other three that will contrast these with topics that then seem menial, regarding crushes, heartbreak and falling in love. However, the beauty of this contrast, is how the lightness of these "Red" tracks bring some color to stark Black and White harshness of the mood.
20 years spent living in India, China and now finally the United States of America.
I have been creating my own music for over 9 years and have a passion to be able to express myself and others through my lyrics and melody. My music has always been a very personal medium of expression for me, although I have grown to be very fond of sharing my music with other people and appreciating their enjoyment of my music. What I find helps me stand out is predominantly my ability to capture a certain feeling in the song that I compose. Whether that is through melody, lyrics or vocals.
I will do "anything I can," until the point at which I am sacrificing my own original style, and my own personal expression motive that lays behind my music making. I would never sacrifice that to make something that will be simply popular.
And with this rule of mine, comes this album, which has been the epitomy of challenges and experimentation for me.
In the motivation to finally release my music, I was presented with the idea of completely new genres to play with. So here lays a concoction of feelings ranging from fury filled passion, to melancholic heartache. You're in for a ride of stories.

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