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SINGLE REVIEW: Keys of Mine by Luca Bash

We have got ourselves in quite the conundrum. Worry not, we’ll get you out of this with ease. Well, the conundrum is that you don’t know who Luca Bash is, or you may know him but you don’t know his whole story. Let’s get you up to date and getting the wheels turning in the Luca Bash fan train.

Luca Bash finds himself on another album that will be highly recognized as his last album, CMYK. Luca Bash has just released “Keys of Mine” on Spotify and it is already catching traction. A little bit of a backstory on Luca for those of you who may not know. He began studying music in the early 90’s but he admits that he didn’t have the courage to write his own music until 1999. In 2006, he found himself participating in the International Festival of Songs in Piombino, Italy where he won the award for best interpretation. At this festival is where Luca felt a connection; a strong connection with one audience member that he still uses it to motivate and inspire him to this day.

In 2014, his newest and most successful project began, CMYK. These are four major EP’s that put him on the map. Luca plans to take his new international success to new heights with “Keys of MIne”. This is a self-produced album that is dedicated to his friends and family that have enhanced his art. Paying homage to the people who have inspired and continue to inspire him to be the best he can be. “Keys of Mine” takes us through the work that he is constantly putting in to be more creative, be more interpretative, and just be a natural musician that people can connect with.

https://open.spotify.com/album/0nV7xvKNRHnJAXxh0ArLdy

Listen now on Spotify and see if you can feel the strong connections that Luca Bash tries to put out in “Keys of Mine”.

by Harrison Morgan

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