The Memphis singer Sedecram worked with local music producer Jewelian Hackett (JBO) to create the edgy pop and R&B sound you hear throughout the single. ”Gone Like The Wind” released worldwide to all digital platforms in 2018 and even a year later, the song is still relevant. The single has a different vibe to it and sounds great when you find yourself in an upscale club with colorful lights and a person of interest is sitting across the room. Picture yourself in this type of situation and wanting to pursue someone. What would you say if your time was limited? In the song, Sedecram says, ”I wanna rock with you for just a little bit. I wanna talk to you and give you my two cents.” He is basically asking for a dance and a moment of a woman’s time to win her over with his charisma. When you are in a club setting and run across someone that catches your attention, you have to act fast but make it count. Who’s to say you will ever get the chance to see that person again? The words ”gone like the wind” simply means he is smooth but will vanish into the night, therefore he is gone like the wind. The 28-year-old artist is heavily influenced by the late Michael Jackson as well as The Weekend. Sedecram is what is needed in today's changing music industry. His weird taste in fashion and creative music style is what makes him the artist to keep your eyes on.
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