Listen to Dusa Alpacino’s latest record ‘HEARTBREAK’ so you can learn how to treat him

He’s not a shy artist.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Finding someone to love who shares your new interests feels like a gift from God. As a result of past relationships, which doesn’t always end well, we want to stay away from anything that makes us think about it or feel the way we did when we were in it. Dusa Alpacino, a young recording artist out of Cleveland, Ohio, who makes his way to these pages often because he doesn’t seem to bite his tongue when writing his music, openly displays his love for the new person in his life. He’s not a shy artist. He tells us what he doesn’t want in his life (being misused), how other people perceive him (conceited) and will take the blame for a heartbreak.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Written by Richardine Bartee

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