DoReMe: Carey Fountain-"gODD" (Prod. Carey Fountain) @dorememovement
Song Description: I am a god, and so are you. That is the message Carey conveys through this very tense song. The suspenseful chord progressions and deep baseline team up with strong bouncy drums to make this self-produced song seem very strong and powerful alongside the passion you hear in the artist’s lyrics. “gODD” is a self-empowerment song aimed to enable the listener to realize the true power they possess within themselves regardless to one’s religious ideology. Fountain’s song comes across as a revolutionary ode to coincide with his anger in the lack of self-love seen within the world. The artist aims to use his song to wake individuals up to their God given natural right to be the best they can be regardless of if we live in a world that almost seems to be the metaphorical version of what religious books deem as “hell.” No matter what he stresses that we must all realize that we are all Gods and Godesses should we choose to be and take a higher accountability for our lives. Carey Fountain is the lead artist emerging from the DoReMe collective.
Bio: DoReMe is a collective of creative outcasts from around the world that all happened to meet in the unlikely city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Over the course of their experimental collaboration, the team grew very close becoming much more like family. With members from Wetumpka, Alabama; Israel; Woodbridge, Virginia; Germany and Florida; this group of multi-talented Rappers/Producers/Singer-songw
riters all come together to create music that aims to provoke emotion and inspire one to explore their own beliefs and attain a clear vision of what one truthfully desires. DoReMe does not believe in boundaries in music and refuse to conform to any standards placed upon the music they choose to create, staying true to their team mantra "Fuck Them, Do You." By helping aid people in realizing the beauty and power each person has within themselves, DoReMe believes they can help to inspire people to be better than the person they were yesterday through eliminating the illusion of freedom our society jades us with. As the team begins to emerge in the hip-hop game, they aim to stay true to themselves placing more importance on the reasoning behind why they create music instead of getting consumed by the material aspects of the industry so many artists fall victim to.