Artist Promotion

Young XAV Mess I’ve Made


Let’s fly on home for the day and check out a Chicago native who just released his latest single off of hit upcoming album “Dead By Dawn”. This single is title ‘Mess I’ve Made’ and is the first of many more to come. XAV released his first project in February 2019 titled After Dark. The project was only the beginning and it its focus was on the nightlife and everything that comes with it, the good and the bad. His upcoming album Dead By Dawn, is what happens after a night of partying and the hangover that comes with is.

“Mess I’ve Made” is the lead single off of his upcoming album and is said to be like cover letter of what’s to come o the album. It also features a verse form New York’s very own Edwrds, Let’s get right into it and see what Young XAV has to offer.

Thoughts on Mess I’ve Made

After hearing this track I am beyond excited to continue covering Young XAV. He discusses the ways he has messed up and how he continues to apologize endlessly. I like how he structed the song lyrically. Its not superfluous but you are still able understand the message. XAV has a radio ready voice and delivery. The first verse sets us up to understand the time of night he had and the mess he left in his wake. The second verse with Edwrds focuses on his girl leaving and trying to make her stay. The third and final verse focuses on XAV dealing with his feelings of guilt and hoping this girl knows

Looking for more

Young XAV is ready for the big leagues in my opinion. He has the craft, lyrics and content to make it big. He has the a cool tone and vibe overall that give him that ‘it’ factor. He shows us his talents on other songs like ‘Play Pretend’ where he plays his guitar and serenades us in a way.

If you are looking to join Yung XAV on his journey, check out the following links:

Spotify

Apple Music

Soundcloud

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Facebook

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One Comment

  • Thank you very much for the article. Happy to hear that the record was enjoyed — means eons coming from you! Much love, always!!!

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