Wake Up! Good Morning Good Afternoon
Good Morning Good Afternoon
By Denzil Porter
Produced by Jeffery Barnett
Artwork By Chris Reg
NEW YORK, NEW YORK APRIL 1, 2014 – “Good Morning, Good Afternoon” is Denzil Porter’s first release from his forthcoming project Redwood Road (release date not yet announced). Jeffery Barnett produced “Good Morning, Good Afternoon” with accents of classic drums, cinematic synths and the sounds of morning birds, making this a mellow, stadium qualified, Golden Era timestamp record. Inspiration was borrowed from Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds”, which sets the stage for a wake up call where mornings blend into nights and nights blend into mornings.
“Good Morning, Good Afternoon” is a song for the late birds: those who say good morning in the afternoon. Excelling at his knack for storytelling, Denzil Porter gives us a window to watch a day in the life of a young man from New York City. “Today I’ll do some tricks to turn this weight into food,” Denzil raps. Despite the grind and hustle, we hear a story of trials, triumphs, and determination as he attempts to make the most of his moments, at any time of the day.
“Good Morning, Good Afternoon” is the type of record you set as your alarm clock. The concept, with a slight twist to it, sets the first verse in the afternoon, which is considered morning to late risers. The second verse is the evening, where we say, “Good Evening, Good Afternoon”. The last verse is at night, where we stay up all night chasing our dreams, saying “Good Night, to Good Evening” from offices to studios. This track explains how Denzil Porter’s grind makes him sleep through the morning. With no actual “morning” verse, “Good Morning, Good Afternoon” still fills its listener with that feel good, morning vibe.
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