Raury releases a DJ Khalil-produced track called NeverAlone that is quite catchy.
In the track, Raury channels a life-shifting dream that he experienced while in the Midwest to perform at the Electric Forest festival in Rothbury, Mich., in June. “An essential part I tell a lot of people to look out for in this song is when I say, ‘Where is my shadow?’” he explains, referring to a vision in which he was locked in a gated community with a key that he assumed led to his escape. After it didn’t work, two women appeared to tell him that freedom was acquired through knowledge, not keys, and to instead “live through what you know.”
Raury releases his new Big K.R.I.T-assisted single, Forbidden Knowledge. Raury is really a one-of-a-kind artist.
“It’s about what we, as mankind, have done with knowledge that we probably shouldn’t have had.” – Raury
His debut album, All We Need, drops next week.
Raury made his network TV debut last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert with a performance of Devil’s Whisper, from his upcoming album All We Need out on October 16. This was an amazing performance but one of the best moments was when he showed his Mexico soccer jersey with a crossed out Trump on the back lol