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Meyta ‘Where Is It (feat. Shib)’ : Another fold of powerful rhythms and transcendental emotions.

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“Where Is It” is a representation of the search for the love that never fails. That love is nearly inhuman, so it could apply to be spiritual, but there are unconditional experiences that could be found through humans as well. Thus, making it self-interpretable.

Brett Edmiston is Meyta. Alabama born and bred, but of the world, he must, and is. His music productions swoon with emphatic gallantry and outfits with shimmers of light and dark, quantified in emotional penetration.

Joining forces with Shib, ‘Where Is It’ is another fold of powerful rhythms and transcendental emotions.

An expert arrangement and consequential beauty in direction, indeed.

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