Art Tawanghar's “We Won't Be Broke Forever” Is Best R&B Song of the Year About Hope (San Diego, California)
About “We Won’t Be Broke Forever”
The catchy, R&B and pop-fused song “We Won’t Be Broke Forever” declares a message of hope. There are many circumstances that can lead to a sense of hopelessness: being stuck in a rut, experiencing loss and grief, ending a relationship, struggling financially, and feeling depressed to name a few. “We Won’t Be Broke Forever” is a song with mass appeal because everyone has felt broken at some point in their lives. The feeling of wanting to throw in the towel and give up is part of the human experience. “Broken down I’ll never get over it, I already miss you…” is a line from the song that so many will relate to.
The song's poignant and inspiring lyrics explore resiliency and overcoming obstacles - “We won’t be broke forever. We light up on the weekends. We light up me and my friends. We light up. We won’t be broke forever.”
We can't always prevent the lows, the fights, or the bad breaks from happening, but we can dig ourselves out of our own pit and refuse to let a negative or hurtful situation completely take over us. Having hope and declaring to yourself each day; it’s like 1,2,3 steps ahead and on your way to your own truth, and you will move forward. This is a song that fills you with that positive vibe and lifts you up.
"Look at the bigger picture, what is your purpose? We are meant to enlighten one another. Never give up and know that in hard times, it is only temporary. We won't be broke forever."
About Art Tawangher
New Age/World/EDM/Electronics musician/composer and award-winning Billboard #1, Art Tawanghar, combines electronic production, live instrumentation, and a variety of wide-ranging cultural influences to craft his uniquely relaxing and soul-searching sound.
Working independently, as well as with the Majorhitrecords label, Tawanghar released his spiritually searching album Soul of the Earth in 2016. He followed the successful album a year later with Buddha Lounge, an instrumental album that fused mellow beats and synthesizer tones with meticulously arranged parts for harp, oboe, and other instruments less commonly implemented in electronic production. Upon its release, the album charted on Billboard in the Top Independent Albums category. Tawanghar supports his releases with engaging live performances not to be missed. To hear more music by Art Tawanghar, please visit SOUNDCLOUD or Spotify. Contact Information: Email