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Music Review “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe” - Kerry W Clancy

Music Review “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe” - Kerry W Clancy

By Yami Cabrera


The Ft Wayne Indiana-born Kerry W Clancy recently released the single “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe.” Clancy is a teacher and Singer/Songwriter currently based in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana who is also a member of KAPPA ALPHA PSI.
Kerry's music has been directly inspired by the struggles against racism and injustices in America, especially from his experience as a guest’s professor at the Indianapolis School System. Hence, the theme exposed in “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe,” the song describes the tragic story of George Floyd´s murder.
"Mama Mama I Can't Breathe" has an attractive musical combination. The track combines a very interesting mix of Hip Hop with Afro-Caribbean sounds. Clancy's melody and vocal projection is very close to the sound of Reggae. The bass and guitar groove offer you a pleasant sound environment, as well as the synthesizer’s elements.
This production, along with other phonograms and singles recently released by the artist, have been endorsed by the record label YO BABY CYBER RECORDS. Kerry W Clancy himself has been the founder, director and main artist of this musical company. The artist has two other LPs available, Seeing what I've seen and Clancy “no bars held.” He is also working on the productions of his most recent singles “A cop just shot me” and “I had a girl”.
As a solo artist and music entrepreneur, Clancy seems to have a clever and well-conceived idea of ​​his artistic projection. His cause is fair, clear and consistent with the current times we live in. Stay tuned for more of his music. 


El cantautor nacido en Ft Wayne Indiana Kerry W Clancy recientemente lanzó el single “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe”. Clancy es un profesor y cantante radicado actualmente en la ciudad de Indianapolis, Indiana que además es miembro de KAPPA ALPHA PSI.
La música de Kerry ha estado inspirada directamente por las luchas contra el racismo y las injusticias en norteamerica, especialmente desde su experiencia como profesor invitado del INDIANAPOLIS SCHOOL SYSTEM. De ahí la temática expuesta en “Mama Mama I Can't Breathe,”  una canción en la cual se describe la trágica historia del asesinato de George Floyd. 
“Mama Mama I Can't Breathe” tiene una combinación musical muy atractiva. El track es una mezcla de Hip Hop con sonidos afrocaribeños muy intersante. La melodía y la proyección vocal de Clancy se acerca mucho a la sonoridad del estilo Reggue. El groove del bajo y la guitarra, así como los sintetizadores le ofrecen un ambiente sonoro placentero. 
Esta producción, junto a otros fonogramas y singles recién lanzados por el artista, han sido respaldados por el sello discográfico YO BABY CYBER RECORDS. El propio Kerry W Clancy ha sido el fundador, director y artista principal de esta empresa musical. Clancy además estuvo trabajando en la producción y lanzamiento de dos LPs Seeing what i’ve seen  and Clancy “no bars held”, así como en sus más reciente single “A cop just shot me” y “I had a girl”. 
Clancy parece tener una idea concreta y bien concebida de su proyección artística, como artista solo y  como empresario. Su causa es justa, clara y coherente con los tiempos actuales. Mantante al tanto de sus próximas producciones. 

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