Published on February 29th, 2020 | by Shayna Clark0
Doley Bernays Demonstrates Diverse Lyricism In New EP, “Made Me Worse” plus the visual for “Black Porsche Trucks“
Bronx bred, Doley Bernays releases his first EP of 2020 titled, “Made Me Worse.” The headline itself, sets the tone for what we should expect. Bernays has recently opened up about some interesting life changes he has experienced. On the first record, “Ritz Carlton Flows,” his son starts off the project with insightful lyrics, encouraging us to always chase our dreams.
Bernays music is compared to the notion of time. Consequently evaluating events that take place in the past, present and future. With such meaningful and stimulating lyrics each record tells an enticing story about his journey. He consistently reveals more about his character in tactful ways. With each bar he sheds another layer of his personality. While the lyrics open up your mind intuitively. Each song tells a different story. He uses his lyrics to expose his deep thoughts that enhance his creative process.
“Family Phantoms,” “New Bosses,” “Home,” and “Passenger Seats” openly displayed how versatile Bernays is. Each track creates a distinctive vibe, while sending insightful and encouraging messages to the listeners.
This tape collectively shows how diverse Doley Bernays can be. Using his unique sound to mesh traumatic narratives of heavy losses, and the important message of enduring it all. With soulful beats and solid melodies he continuously raises the bar. His timeless and substantial bars serves as a healing tool to his supporters.
In the new visual for “Black Porsche Trucks,” Bernays stares directly into the camera as he spits those super soulful bars. He opens about losing his brother and having to deal with the aftermath.
Many depend on his records to comfort them through tough times. His music is simply the soul’s therapy.