Sam Levin Tackles The Struggles Of Living Life With “First World Problems”

With a raspy voice and relatable lyrics, Sam Levin in his new hit “First World Problems” tackles the daily struggles of living life with a humorous twist. His music style is a mixture of Indie, Acoustic, and a little Rock. His line ,“I can skate so apparently I’m cool”,  rings to all age groups who still compare reputation to how well someone can do a kickflip. He offers a laid back attitude, even down earth, while examining the day to day events of life.

As a New York native, Levin has been interested in being a famous musician since he was 5. Just 10 years later, he is releasing his first full-length album, Frame of Mind. Levin has described his new album to be about the “last year and a half of his life” and will be released at the end of the month. His musics is full of realistic expectations, changes, struggles, and choices. As March strives on, Levin is a new, up and coming artist to keep an eye on as summer 2018 is just around the corner.

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