'Elevator' by Jake Inzerra Worldwide Release
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Singer, songwriter, and producer Jake Inzerra has described his music as "real talk with a groove." Growing up in the suburbs of CT, Inzerra learned to overcome the bullying from his homophobic classmates through music and dance. It was the local community theatre stage that allowed him to come out of his shell. After high school, Inzerra began taking the first train into New York City every day to study dance at Broadway Dance Center before officially moving there after his intensive program to persue a career in music. Mikaelin' Blue' Bluespruce, Akira Shelton, and Roman Molino Dunn are some of the producers Inzerra has worked with, though many of his songs are self-produced. Inspired by the old school androgynous male glamour of the 80s, Inzerra is here to express himself in ways most male singers are told not to. His unique vocal style and visual creativity are what draw people in the most.
Inzerra's song Elevator is a metaphor for how our inner emotions can make us feel trapped. From our anxious days to our depressed days, it can feel like we are trapped in a runaway elevator.
Going up? Nope. Going down.