South London based singer, songwriter and musician, Terrence Orland, has unveiled his debut project, entitled Issues In Representation. This three track project sees Terrence collaborating with some of London’s well known producers Intervene, Title, Tyler Straub, and rapper, Rageouz.
The sound on the EP range from R&B, hip-hop, garage, and drum & bass, showing off Terrence Orlando’s versatality, aunt gentility, and creativity. Issues In Representation explores the demand for more confidence, self-belief, and drive in today’s society. It is a motivational masterpiece that allows listeners to steer away from life’s distractions.
Speaking about the inspiration for Issues In Representation he says “this project came about, through me understanding my own fears and what holds me back. I read a book called ‘The War of Art’ by Steven Pressfield, which talks about all these things and it inspired me to put this project together – for myself and others, who may be going through the same thing”.
Listen to Issues In Representation below.