SINGLE REVIEW: LIve It All My Way by Nashaat Salman

Nashaat Salman has a message for all of us in his latest release ,”Live It All My Way” – if there is going to be change, any change, no matter how big or small, it’s going to start within ourselves first. The lyrics go deeper into what the usual “change yourself” song goes, he goes deep into himself to reveal the change that goes within him so that we can see firsthand what it takes. He’s showing us the change that is taking place within his timeline to show us that it’s not just a long process that takes place, but a process that takes courage and strength. 

Now, musically, Nashaat is the composer, orchestrator, instrumentalist and producer because yes, you guessed it, he’s doing it all his way. 

Wake up call – what are we doing with all of our hours of the day? Does it feel like it’s just going by and being wasted or not being fully enjoyed? It sounds like it’s time to turn around, look in the mirror, and look at what OUR true meaning of life is telling us. The grass will always seem greener on the other side, but what’s always greener isn’t always better. Sometimes, all it takes is a long, hard look to realize that the grass you’re on is as green as how you want to control it to be. 

The keyboards that’s composed take you along the storyline of Nashaat and it’s played beautifully to help us embark on the journey. 

Are we ready to “Live It All My Way” with Nashaat Salman? Take a gander and the link below to find out for yourself and let us know what you think!


by Javier Zepeda

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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