Purchase includes CD booklet signed by Mickey Guyton.
Epiphanies are a gift. It’s what you do once you’ve had one that makes them meaningful.
Mickey Guyton is making hers count on her electrifying full-length debut album Remember Her Name.
The music, grooves, melodies, and lyrics of its 16 songs lay bare the heart of a woman and the life she began to lead once she decided to let her truth set her free. That freedom has been mesmerizingly translated into intimately confessional ballads of piercing power including “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” and “Black Like Me” and also fizzy ditties like “Rosé” as well as the sultry “Dancing in the Living Room” that remind us that playfulness and passion are necessary partners to reflection. Remember Her Name finds Guyton celebrating her truest voice in ways that will resonate with any listener who has loved, lost, struggled, laughed and lived.
Remember Her Name, captures Guyton at a watershed moment, living her truth, living it out loud and reaping the emotional catharsis and creative inspiration of making that decision.
Now that she is enjoying her sense of liberation, Guyton has one goal for the album: “I want people to feel loved and accepted and seen when they listen. I know what it’s like to feel unseen and I want people that feel that way to hear this and say, ‘Man, that’s me.'”