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Most High Kingdom Diminishes Fear and Anxiety With Their Words on “The Virus”

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It’s no secret that artists have been forced to adapt to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Staying home trying to plot on their next move, many have had to figure their own ways of coping and keeping their audience entertained through Instagram Live concerts, quarantine-styled music videos, and surprise single releases.

Through these new ways of connecting with their audience from home, it’s become tough for some who have had a decrease in social interaction with others, and thus, bring on an amount of stress and anxiety as they think about what is next to come.

In order to combat those feelings, Most High Kingdom’s Milkshaw Benedict, Najee Janey, and $ean Wire with their new single, “The Virus,” where they encourage their listeners to not look at the quarantine as debilitating, but instead, an opportunity to combat their fears and get the ball rolling on the goals they’ve been stalling on.

“Adapt to our environment with our souls in alignment/We on divine timing bitch we ain’t ever dying/Quarantine me not possible/Face your fears and use what’s between your ears/ It’s still, stairs before chairs and that’s not optional,
Milkshaw Benedict spits on the opening of the verse.

Stream Most High Kingdom’s latest release “The Virus” below and revisit the group’s most recent projects: $ean Wire’s ‘DEAR‘ project, Najee Janey’s ‘The Purple Earth Theory‘ EP and Milkshaw Benedict’s ‘A Boston Block Party.’

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