Stream Patrick Paige II’s Wonderfully Enjoyable Debut Album ‘Letters Of Irrelevance’
After you’ve played Letters of Irrelevance a few times, tune in to our Facebook Live at 11:30 a.m. today to see Patrick Paige II talk about the new project.
The Internet’s star bassist Patrick Paige II followed his compatriots into the solo spotlight when he announced his debut album Letters of Irrelevance via Instagram. Now, May 18, marks the arrival of his inaugural project, which already featured the singles “On My Mind / Charge It To The Game” and “Voodoo” impacting audiophile’s ears in an enjoyable way.
The 11-track effort features contributions from Fortebowie, Daisy, Sareal, G Perico, Kari Faux, and fellow Internet singer-songwriter Syd. Detailed as an deeply insightful and revealing look at Paige’s life, Letters of Irrelevance finds him discussing topics such as love, family, life, and loss over the course of the 37 minute effort.
Whether he’s rapping, singing, or riffing on his bass guitar, Patrick Paige II’s Letters of Irrelevance is totally worth adding to your collection. Thankfully, the stream is available for you to listen to above, and you can cop your own via iTunes and wherever else purchasing music is happening at.
Lastly, be sure to tune into our Facebook Live channel at 11:30 a.m. today, as Patrick, himself, will be stopping by to talk in-depth about Letters of Irrelevance and possibly update us all on the new Internet album.