Nick Hawk wonders why his love isn’t enough in new single “Choose Me”

It’s a terrible thing to see someone you love in grave danger. It’s harder still when that person won’t accept your help. That’s one of the most insidious things about substance abuse: it estranges those in its clutches from the people who care the most about them. For singer, rapper, and songwriter Nick Hawk, the addict is his soulmate. “Choose Me” is more than just another rap song. It’s a direct intervention in the life of a real person — an open letter from one lover to another, a musical life-preserver thrown by a man desperate to connect. So if Nick Hawk’s performance has a life-or-death intensity to it, that’s no accident. 

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