Femdot (Ft. Shawnee Dez) • "Happy December"
Last year, Femdot dropped the introspective and soulful track titled “Happyoctober”. A year later, Femdot has grown into a stronger artist and returns with a new 2018 version titled “Happy December”. Without delay, Femdot attacks the mic recounting his blessings as he humbly says, “I was blessed, we grew up on pepper and soup, and foreign hope.” Using hope as a driving force, Femdot has risen from a quiet introvert to a powerful MC. Swiftly, Femdot layers the theme of coping with pain by recalling personal tribulations as well as the empathy needed to understand other people's struggles, rapping, “everybody fighting demons, it ain’t perfect as it seems”. Femdot’s ability to be pragmatic in his lyricism connects his life events and ambitious mindset flawlessly. Speaking freely with his heart on his sleeve, Femdot recounts, “Take care of your happiness, don’t give that control away.” Through transparency, Femdot has learned to not keep the pain bottled up, but to provocatively spill it out from his soul. Having lost close friends after dropping "Delacreme", He wisely says “Happier today than yesterday, That’s all I need to say”. Towards the end, piano keys solemnly blend with background vocals repeating “Yes, Lord”.
Tickets are moving quick, catch Femdot rocking Lincoln Hall for “Delacreme Live” on December 21st.