Doley Bernays shows discreet emotions in new song, “Black Porshe Trucks”. He continues to open up his emotions about recent life challenges. After losing his brother, he’s been consistently delivering new bodies of work with more insightful and substantial lyrics. Each song tells a different story. He uses his lyrics to reveal inner thoughts that ignite his creative process.
“No they thought I would change, I’ll forever miss my bro/ Don’t wanna talk or do no shows/ I feel alone it’s just my pole/I think these demons want my soul.”
His music is compared to the perception of time. Consequently reviewing events that occur in the past, present and future. Bernays inspiring lyrics tell an evolving story about his journey. He continues to display more about his character in diplomatic ways. Each bar he creatively sheds another layer of his personality. While the lyrics open up your mind intuitively.
“ and outsiders can’t see what I see, they’ll never know/ how my hood raised monsters and I can’t trust a soul/ even though they raised me/ I’m the monster with some goals— I’m from a side that’s way darker but ima still shine more”
Collectively Bernay’s soulful music continues to be a tool for healing. Many rely on his songs to help them through difficult times. His music is the soul’s therapy.
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