Taurean Meacham thrills us with two new cuts “Elohim”/”BKK (Blue Klux Klan)” from his stable.

The first cut titled “Elohim” has a moody piano riff and moody textures that suit Meacham’s reflective lyrics and vivid imagery that explores life as time passes by. Looking towards the skies, he dives into how we should all give thanks and appreciate the little things life has to offer because nothing is promised.


The second cut titled “BKK (Blue Klux Klan)” is inspired by the police reform movements across the globe. Over a cinematic and driving backdrop, Meacham gives his own views on the police organization as a whole. He is quite unapologetic and tells it as it is on this heartfelt engaging track.
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