Denver artist, Nevv, announces the release of his new single, “Please Don’t,” featuring DNA Picasso. The track is guaranteed to get heads nodding!

“Please Don’t,” tells a story of a man who is shaking off the toxicity of broken relationships, while discovering himself, and finding the strength to speak up when he realizes you can lose the ones closest to you. The lyrics are relatable and resonate with anyone who has ever found themselves in a situation that they knew wasn’t right for them, and found out who wasn’t really in their corner.

Nevv’s unique sound is a blend of alternative rock, rap, and hip-hop, and his song addresses deeply personal themes that many listeners can connect with. “Please Don’t” is a perfect example of Nevv’s ability to weave together thoughtful lyrics and melodic beats that stick in your mind for days.

Listeners can stream “Please Don’t” on all major platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. Nevv fans can also catch the artist live at upcoming shows in Denver and throughout the region.

“Please Don’t” is proof that Nevv is a rising star in the alternative hip-hop scene, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next. This track is a must-listen for anyone who loves fresh and innovative music that challenges the status quo. Don’t sleep on Nevv – stream “Please Don’t” today!

Published by modern soulful words

Reverend Dr. Dortheá Enriqúe (Goddess Dorthea Music) is the C.E.O. of Modern Soulful Living, LLC., holistic therapy practice and spiritual service-based business that uses art, music, and literature to focus on mind, body, and spiritual wellness to live a joyous and prosperous life. She is an accomplished spiritual counselor, holistic therapist, published author, healing arts practitioner, and soul-healing music therapist.

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