New Single "LOST"
"Lost": A Powerful Message from Roger Ricks and Emme Pierre
Roger Ricks is a rising talent in the music world, known for his passion for charity and the healing power of music. His latest release, "Lost," is a collaboration with his friend and talented lyricist Emme Pierre, and it delivers a message that is both personal and universal. The song tackles the dark side of fame and fortune, and the impact it can have on an artist's life and well-being.
The lyrics of "Lost" paint a vivid picture of a musician trapped in a world of superficial fame and manipulation. With lines like "A pound of flesh, no more no less / It's what they ask for your sins / But they take more than their fair share it's / How all this begins," Emme Pierre exposes the toll that the industry can take on an artist's soul. The refrain "I'm lost in the world of fame and fortune / I'm lost in a place I can't be found / But anyway they can control you / They'll drive you right into the ground / I'm lost, I can't be found / I'm lost, I can't be found / There's no way out" resonates with anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by life's pressures and expectations.
The music of "Lost" is equally impactful, with Roger Ricks' signature blend of rock, blues, and soul. The guitarist and producer builds bridges between cultures and genres, and he crafts his own guitars to ensure that each one has a unique voice. With every note he plays and every chord he strums, Roger Ricks delivers his message of hope and healing, and encourages others to find their own path to cope with their struggles. He believes that music can change the world, and he's on a mission to make a difference with his songs.
In "Lost," Roger Ricks and Emme Pierre offer a powerful reminder that fame and fortune are not the answers to life's questions. They encourage listeners to seek deeper meaning and purpose, and to never give up on their dreams and passions. Whether you're a music lover, a charity supporter, or just someone who appreciates a great song, "Lost" is a must-listen. So turn up the volume, hit play, and let Roger Ricks and Emme Pierre rock your world.