When I was 17 years old fresh out of high school, I wanted to start a record label. But 17, college was in the view and I had no idea where to really start. And when I get music like “Don’t Leave Me” by Brandon Wolf Hill in my inbox, it reminds me of why I wanted to own a record label. So that newcomers could have a place to grow and make a name for themselves.
As I listen to “Don’t Leave Me” I interpret it to be a song about death, mental illness. I could be wrong, but the story I get from the track is that mental illness (depression perhaps) has taken control. It’s a great song, it a song that says you don’t know how someone who is having a hard time or suffering from a mental illness can appear to have it together.
This song is powerful! As a person who suffers from anxiety disorder, this song is helping to put a light on mental health. Rappers hardly share about mental health and shine a light on the topic. This makes “Don’t Leave Me” a hot track!! Because it’s not about cars, women, and securing the bag. It’s about real life.
It’s a song that needs to be shared with everyone. It needs to be on your playlist and your besties playlist. It’s an amazing song. Make sure to take a listen to down below.
About Brandon Wolf Hill
Brandon Wolk Hill hails from Minneapolis, MN. He says, “People can live sober.”
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Jay is the Content Creator + Editor-in-Chief here at Life of Creed. She shares her adventures in homeschooling, traveling, beauty, mental health, fashion, product + music reviews, DIY, and more. She is also a blog coach + mompreneur consultant over at Jay Creed.