Rising singer Mack Keane and producer ESTA have put their musical minds together to release a collaborative EP titled Intersections.
The enjoyable six-track set runs nearly 20 minutes, taking fans through a journey of emotions colored by Keane’s ominous vocals and ESTA’s outstanding production choices.
“Without” opens Intersections, finding Keane rendering a remorseful performance about his willingness to do anything to win back the person he once loved. He plans to show himself as a changed man at all costs.
Keane changes his tone in the next track titled “More to Life,” where he sings about realizing that there is more to life than just being stuck on that person.
The project closes with “Never Enough,” hearing Keane sing about giving his all to someone and it still not being up to snuff. Building off the sounds of nature heard early on in the track, ESTA inserts guitar strokes for a climactic ending filled with Keane’s beautiful harmonies.
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“The project is really about finding balance in your life through hardships and heartbreak,” said the duo in a joint statement. “There are always ebbs and flows, decline and regrowth; it’s the rhythm of living. But you want to end up right in the middle where those opposites meet – the intersection.”
Previously-released Intersections songs include their debut single, “Open Up,” and “O.M.L.” featuring Destin Conrad.
In addition to Conrad, Rated R&B’s Front + Center artist Joyce Wrice appears on track three, “Thought of You.”
Listen to Mack Keane and ESTA’s debut project, Intersections, below.