Let The Sunshine In With Andrew Arias’ ‘Sunsei’

The sun is a big star the planets revolve around. The ‘big boss’ of the universe, it’s warmth and light helps breathe life to those it touches. As much as it sustains, it also has the capability of great destruction specially if you come to close to it. Not because it’s mad or has issues, it’s just what it is – a big ball of raging flame. Ready to devour anyone or anything if the boundaries are crossed.

Despite its nurturing and dangerous nature. There are those who view the sun as this chill buddy we all know. It’s a clear break from its reality but also a welcome persona that we all adore. Much like with Miami born artist Andrew Arias and his latest song ‘Sunsei’. A play on the Japanese term ‘sensei’ and the phrase ‘Sun says’. This track released March 17th in all major platforms via SolBright Sounds, paints the sun as this cool person filled with wisdom.

Soaking up what the sun says, Andrew Arias’ ‘Sunsei’ showers us with positive vibes and golden nuggets as to how we can lead happier lives. With its playful vocals, and smooth instrumentals that makes anyone sway with delight. Coupled with catchy lyrics like “If we have a vision and see it through. There’s no limit to what we can do.” and “Change your life, it just takes one day. Veggies gettin cooked up on a Sunday.” remind us there’s always a place for hope even in the toughest of moments. So don’t fret, and just sail on bravely into the open seas. Faith, and hard work on your side, you’ll get there. You’ll be on top sooner than you think or as ‘Sunsei’ would say “Shine shine shine. Imma get high so high. Imma get my my my shine shine shine.”.

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Have a great weekend ahead folks!

Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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