We all need inspiration and hope. And we most definitely need it now! Every day just a little positive energy coming from some source can help us all. HARGO delivers all of that energy and light on the track "From The Rooftops."
The track is a formulation of a new age foundation with elements of world and pop intermingled to satisfy any music lover.
Yes, it is simple as that. Music transcends all, creating unification of mind, body, and spirit with all living beings.
The bass is prominent, which drives the song along, and the sitar gives it that world feeling.
"From The Rooftops" is a track you will want to hear more than once; I can guarantee that. It is a global track for all walks of life to enjoy and celebrate!
Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
More About HARGO: https://hargomusic.com
Hargo Khalsa – aka Hargo – is a producer & singer/songwriter known for his mind expanding music, soul-centered message. His sound is as diverse as his background… raised a Sikh in a yoga Ashram bordering a Native American reservation in New Mexico.
His 2012 debut Out of Mankind was hailed by Billboard Magazine and American Songwriter as "mesmerizing", "anthemic" and "thinking-man's Rock", catching the attention of Beatles producer Phil Spector who dubbed him "a Young John Lennon" during their 2007 collaboration on Hargo song "Crying for John Lennon”. READ MORE