Adam et al.’s Latest Single, “Posies”: A Sleek and Lush Ode to Finding Authenticity in Roots

Adam et al. is back with a powerful and lyrically rich single that will captivate listeners. “Posies” is a sleek and lush track that delves into themes of identity, history, and the quest for truth. The single is accompanied by a stunning music video directed by Gabe R. Velasquez, which plays with the notion of what it means to be a Mexican-American rapper, poet, and professor in America.

The slow-pulsing Trap aesthetics produced by DopeKidDanny perfectly complement Adam et al.’s passionate delivery, making for a track that is both engaging and thought-provoking. The lyrics highlight the struggles of being a person of color in America, with lines like “Just want to be the citizen they don’t raise me to be, white leaders teaching black history, they treated me coldly.” However, amidst the struggles, Adam et al. find strength and purpose, proclaiming, “My vision is clear, speaks for me in classes, I earned, I teach these classes.”

The song “Posies” is a testament to Adam et al.’s mastery of the craft, showcasing his ability to seamlessly blend personal experience with social commentary. This is a single that is to be noticed.

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Written by LandonBuford Staff

The official music writer on Landon Buford.


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