Feeling the need to create music that was grand sonically, and with a drastic message Famey was able to construct Crowns and Confidence; a collection of songs with a royal, yet impoverished spiritual approach. He felt it was important to fusion regalia with the idea of being a young black male / king living in today’s world.
Predicted to shake and enthrall the timid, impress the experienced, and bring enjoyment to music lovers. Famey’s latest project with a sound so monumental can be considered an “epic sonic art piece”
To create this unique project, Famey used references & samples from negro spirituals, and tribal music for the slave aspect. With this body of work, Famey takes you on a bone-chilling trip through history with a primitive, yet modern sound which he calls “Trap Spiritual”.
In the featured record “DonJon” inspired by his very own painting of a limbless slave escaping into the forest, Famey compares living in the basement and working a regular job to slavery, singing…
“I was chuckin’ in the warehouse, sweatin’ bullets”
“I feel like a house nigga”. Crowns And Confidence, with a sound so theatrical, it sets a new bar for conceptual audio art.