Haitian-American artist Lono Bristol murders his demons on ‘Can’t Sleep’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Lono Bristol released a body of work two years ago called ‘Love N’ Drugs at the Masquerade’, which presented ten of his best songs at the time. Now, the Brooklyn-based Flatbush area artist is back with ‘Can’t Sleep’, a song inspired by insomnia and sleep apnea. The lyrics over the atmospheric production finds the Haitian-American artist detailing his losses, things that he let slide, and seeing from his third eye. Listen to the well-engineered track now. If you have demons you need to eradicate, you might relate.


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