Author: Joycelynn Okezie
Upon first hearing sarob’s music in 2014, I was very impressed at the ohio native’s level of lyricism, subject matter, and vocal ability on noon. Flash-forward to late 2015, and I’m excited to see a copy of the down in my inbox. Sarob’s persistence, talent and confidence proves his longevity and consistency as an emerging act. The premise of the down. is to tell a story of sarob’s life during 2014-15 when he was suffering from OCD-related depression.
Working on this album was a major reason I’m still alive; I spent about a year and a half crafting something that could make people feel like there’s someone there for them…oddly enough, when I learned how to reach out to people through my music and how to contribute something positive, I ended up discovering a new sense of purpose and self-worth.
Take a listen to the full length project the down above.
sarob. going ham at performance.
sarob. will be opening for Super Duper KYLE today in Columbus, Ohio.