Independent artist J.P is currently navigating challenges in the distribution process for his full album, encountering copyright issues despite adhering to guidelines. In the face of these obstacles, J.P channels his creative energy into the release of impactful singles that shed light on mental health and addiction issues, including his latest release, “Need The Plug.”
“Need The Plug” is now available on Spotify, offering listeners a poignant exploration of the struggles of addiction and mental health. J.P delves into the various coping mechanisms individuals employ, using the song as a platform to create awareness surrounding these critical issues.
“I want to make it clear that I’m not advocating for drug use. My music is a form of expression, a way to vent about my experiences. It’s crucial for me to share my journey and let listeners know they’re not alone in their struggles,” explains J.P.
As an artist committed to authenticity, J.P emphasizes that his references to drugs are a creative outlet rather than an endorsement. He underscores the importance of responsible and legal approaches to medication, with even his cannabis use being for medical purposes.
Despite the roadblocks in the distribution of his complete album, J.P is gearing up for the release of three more singles on various platforms. Among them is “Hell On Earth,” a song that explores the metaphorical idea of Earth as a challenging place due to the impact of human actions. Additionally, J.P has crafted a tribute to those battling addiction with “Wayne Story (Attics Tribute),” drawing from his personal experiences and empathizing with others facing similar struggles.
J.P‘s unwavering determination to overcome challenges and share his authentic narrative is evident in his music. The release of “Need The Plug” marks a significant step forward, promising to captivate listeners with its raw honesty and thought-provoking themes.
Fans and those eager to discover new music can follow J.P’s journey on various platforms: