Til I Die by Kaelon Drae Featuring Jean Paul Ricks (official video) is an Electronic Dance Music (EDM) song.
This song was created during the filming of a video on how to make a song. Unfortunate problems ruined the video, but the song survived.
Kaelon Drae explains, It all happened on the spot while we were filming the vid. I invited my buddy JP (the singer) over to make a song from nothing for the purpose of making a vid about it. I pressed record on the camera and we started with a melody JP had in his mind and went from there! Doo do do d
Kaelon Drae continued, I have 13 hours of footage making this song. After editing it down to 5 hours the project became corrupt and I threw my hands up.
Jean Paul Ricks says, It was done within 2 hours. Lyrically at least. Weve always worked really well together. We feed off each others creative energies. And believe it or not the ENTIRE thing was done in his bedroom on his computer and a vocal mic. Pretty good quality for not being done in a studio. Right?
Kaelon Drae says, Oh also we got half way through making the song and my software crashed without having saved it so we started over on it, and as usual it ended up better than it wouldve been the first time. I need to upgrade my shit lol
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