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Byron Juane Gets Real On ‘Promise I’m Not Crazy’ EP

Backed by a lone guest feature, compliments Ayo N Keyz’ U.C.M.G. songwriter Itstaylormade (@itstaylormade__), Byron Juane (@ByronJuane) makes good on his vow and releases his ‘Promise I’m Not Crazy E.P. in its entirety. The 6-track body of work clocks in at just around 20 minutes, making it the perfect project for a Fall commute from work or a well-deserved wind down after dinner. P.I.N.C. is raw, vulnerable, and pulls you in right from the start. From the Wes Writer & Quinten Coblentz produced standout “Nice Guy,” to the collaboration as mentioned above with Itstaylormade in “Crashing,” to the pre-order instant gratification track “Gorgeous,” Byron’s voice and his lyrics captivate you on every record.

When asked about the new collection of songs, the 23-year-old pop-leaning R&B singer from Carolina had this to say: “‘I Promise I’m Not Crazy’ is a testament to the lengths we go for love. So many people swear they wouldn’t do anything drastic over affairs of the heart, but I believe those people are in denial or never experience true love. Love brings passion, chaos, insanity, and hurt. It’s inevitable. The real question is, how far will you let it take you?”

Listen to PINC on your DSP of choice | HERE via Reflection Music Group/EMPIRE and expect the visual for “LSD” to drop soon!

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