Desiire’s career is as promising as the Picasso he sings of

Climbing as high as you can is a good thing when there’s positive intent.

Climbing as high as you can is a good thing when there’s positive intent. Desiire knows.

To feel like a Picasso painting is an accomplishment. Do you know how much the masterpieces by the Spanish painter cost?

They are worth millions of dollars. On occasion, a Pablo Picasso will sell for more than one-hundred million dollars. As stated in the motivating lyrics of the song, life is all about trusting the mind. It’s your decision-making skills that make your life worth living or the worst. If you feel like a winner, your blessings will flow like the river. I can attest to that thought-process. It’s no different from what Oprah or DJ Khaled has said in the past about success and maintaining success.

Desiire, a Congolese singer-songwriter and rapper, encourages us to follow our dreams, to continue to love even when someone has hurt you. Love isn’t a waste of time. You should keep your heart on the line because you will risk meeting the right; being a jerk to them. Would you want a past love to destroy your future? I wouldn’t. I am a risk-taker. Subsequently, since I put myself out there more than the average human being I am prone to more disappointment, but that’s alright.

This morning, I am great! I feel like the ‘Nude, Green Leaves and Bust’ or as vibrant as the vocals on the arresting song. I’ve stretched and exercised. My body doesn’t hurt right now, and I am blessed. Most importantly, I enjoyed the part where Desiire challenges his friends with a stream of questions of his own.

Why you gotta be on my back? Why you never play my tracks? Why you never come to my shows? Why you gotta be sold? Why we gotta do this for?

It’s the perfect track to kick off your week. Play it for your “friends” too. I’m sure it’ll straighten some backs. Check out Desiire’s latest release below. The Toronto-based artist also fuses Hip-Hop and Afrobeat to create rich, layered hypnotic melodies. You’ll see.

Written by Richardine Bartee

Her unprejudiced love for people, the arts, and business have taken her this far. Join Richardine on her journey as she writes history into existence, one article at a time. Richardine is a member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs, and a GRAMMY U Mentor. She is the North American Press Agent and US Business Manager for Oxlade; Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

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