It’s one thing to have a dream, but it’s another to take the plunge and actually chase it. Brarstar, a rising music artist, did exactly that when he finally decided to share “Put It All On Red” with the world.
Some songs come together in a matter of hours; others take years. For Brarstar, the core idea of “Put It All On Red” remained a persistent melody in his mind for over half a decade. Far from just another track, it encapsulates a philosophy that Brarstar has always wanted to share: believing in oneself.
For anyone stepping into a creative field, the fears are almost always more about the self than the outside world. Brarstar too grappled with fears about acceptance and the worthiness of his work. By tuning out external judgment and focusing on his passion, he realized he had already conquered the biggest obstacle: his own apprehensions.
While the title “Put It All On Red” might conjure images of casino roulette wheels, the song delves deeper into the metaphor of taking risks and fully investing in yourself. Brarstar aims to inspire listeners to step out of their comfort zones. “Growth and comfort can’t be roommates,” he quips.
In an age where divisions seem to grow by the day, Brarstar envisions his music as a bridge. With aspirations to connect with a global audience, he wants his songs to become the meeting ground for diverse cultures. “Music is the one thing that can bind us all, irrespective of our differences,” he says.
Brarstar is a strong advocate for mental resilience. “When you change your lens, the scenery changes,” he notes. This philosophy helped him transcend the initial doubts that plagued him. Now, it serves as the message he wishes to impart to his audience: changing your mindset can change your life.
Though he’s just one song into his public journey, Brarstar has a roadmap laid out. He dreams of evolving his brand into a powerhouse of lyrical depth and musical innovation. It’s not about fame for him; it’s about creating a legacy that inspires.