I Left You In Minnesota (Deluxe) Pardyalone
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- 1To My Father03:01
- 2Not a Home02:49
- 3My Bad (Sucks 2 Be You)02:47
- 4She Likes My Tattoos02:44
- 5I'm The Dumb One02:28
- 6Alone (feat. Travis Barker)02:24
- 8Can't Stop The Rain02:58
- 9A Place For Us03:14
- 10Read Your Mind03:08
- 11These Days02:18
- 12Still The Dumb One (feat. MOD SUN)02:28
- 13You're Always Coming Back02:33
Info for I Left You In Minnesota (Deluxe)
Three years after the announcement of his debut album 5:30, Minnesota hip-hoper Pardyalone has unveiled his new material. Arriving just under a month after the release of his sixth EP, I'm The Dumb One, the baptized Kevin Pardy finally releases I Left You In Minnesota, his second studio record.
Pardyalone’s debut album draws on tales of pain, heartbreak, and battles with mental health, citing Bon Iver, Lauryn Hill, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie as prominent influences.
On the lead promotional run-up for the album Pardyalone released single’s 'Alone', 'Not A Home', 'Sincerely, F*** You', 'She Likes My Tattoos', 'Read Your Mind', 'Why9X', 'A Place For Us', and ‘I’m The Dumb One’.
Speaking on the Album Paradyalone said: “I Left You In Minnesota was inspired by the feelings, emotions, people, and the environment I left once I moved from Minnesota to California. This was and has been the biggest change in my life and I’m happy everyone here gets to come with. I’m very excited for the world to hear this and get a better insight of who I am as Kalvin Beal not just Pardyalone."
Choosing to pursue music instead of the path of addiction which surrounded his upbringing, Pardyalone's presence is both vulnerable and confronting, yet warmly comforting - evident in the robust community of young fans he has quickly assembled in all corners of the globe.
Featured domestically by respected hip-hop platforms including CADA, Acclaim Magazine, and AUD'$, it seems almost every other week Pardy creates a new viral moment. His 'Not A Home' music video has now amassed 10 million views on YouTube and his Snapchat filter effect 'She Likes My Tattoos' has been used in over 100k videos. The LA-based artist has spent the last few months on tour as a support act for Mod Sun across 15 dates in the United States and is gearing up` for his biggest performance yet on August 5th at Lollapalooza.
(born Kalvin Tyler Beal) is a Minnesota-born hip-hop artist with big dreams full of harmonic beats, silvery vocals, and emotional prowess. A 23-year-old lifelong artist, music became a salvation for Pardyalone after his parents' divorce and heartbreak, leaving him looking for an opportunity to “get uncomfortable.” After finding solace in music, Pardyalone began releasing tracks on Soundcloud and TikTok. Having garnered a fanbase nearing 700k followers on TikTok and millions of views, tracks like “Cupid” and, most notably, “Not a Home'' have cultivated a mass audience of monthly listeners on Spotify. Synthesizer tones are regularly featured on songs like “Addict” and “Inside Out.” At the same time, Pardyalone utilizes piano and soft guitar melodies on “Vampire,” “White Roses,” and “Mission,” showcasing his versatility and depth.
He weaves his inspirations like Bon Iver, Rage Against the Machine, and Lauryn Hill in his lyrics, encompassing addiction, love, and heartbreak. Citing how “anxiety and depression isn’t a thing that just goes away, it’s going to be constant,” Pardyalone works through his hardships by “writing about it in different perspectives.” For fans of Kid Laroi, Post Malone, and Juice Wrld, Pardyalone is a rising star who hits their wave of creativity with ease.
Pardyalone combines his artistic talents from skateboarding, photography, graphic design, and self-expression to the forefront of his tracks along with his humble upbringing: “I didn’t grow up in the streets,” Pardyalone said. “I went through pessimistic stuff and self-inflicted trauma.” Using TikTok to “be a better human,” fans have gravitated to Pardyalone’s velvety vocal fry, heavy cadence, and relatable disposition.
The future holds more for Pardyalone, like a debut record along with “a lot of diversity” in his music, the likes of rock, pop, and explorative sounds, which will be “an opportunity [to show] that I don’t just make sad music,” Pardyalone said. With powerful lyrics and punchy hooks, Pardyalone presents a world where it’s okay to “listen and feel” as the next track begins.
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