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Frack Track by Kellee Maize

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Released:February 14th, 2014

To Kellee, The 5th Element represents Love  - which she feels in its unconditional form could help humanity to evolve and shift consciousness from the “love of power to the power of love” as Jimi Hendrix stated. Kellee Maize’s music has always explored love in some way throughout all of her albums.  The 5th element in many traditions refers to other things that relate to the album’s content from wood (which you will see a strong environmental thread through the content), steel (she is from pittsburgh), and the spirit (much spirituality is intertwined in her music).



Each song, mentions love in some way shape or form. Love isn't always rainbows and smiles but the ability to accept, forgive, take action and move forward in a just and positive direction. You will find themes that include love of self, the earth, enemies, the moment, and for our families and personal relationships. 


The album design features over 1,000+ fans that sent pictures of themselves displaying Love in whatever way they saw fit.


This album is different from her other releases in that it is slower in some ways both in the instrumentals and her rapping style. Kellee collaborates on the instrumentals again with friend and fellow pittsburgher Nice Nate, Polish producer Golden Day, Pittsburgh DJ and producer Headphone Activist and New York based producer J. Glaze who mixed and mastered the album and produced the beats for the opening 2 tracks.


06. Frack Track (05:30)

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kcooke01002 on 05/30/14 at 01:55AM
Dear Kellee,
I know that you and all of your followers have only the best intentions, and it is clear that you are passionate about this. The absolutely best thing you could do is to educate yourself and others through your music so you can stand on solid ground when you talk about hydraulic fracking. I've done it, I have worked in the oilfield for eight years, and know where the problems are. The secret? It's not the frack job! It's the bad cementing of the well casing that is causing all of the problems. Yes, we need to wean ourselves of all hydrocarbons. No, it can't be done overnight. We need it now to move to something cleaner, and we can do better in drilling for it. Learn more. I can help. Email me.

02 on 07/01/14 at 01:40AM

Liked your song. The only beef I have is in the terminology of lyrics. I believe you called a section of the song as hook, instead of chorus. There is a difference. A chorus is a break in a song just as a bridge is, however, a hook is a technique that can be in any section or throughout a song itself. It should not be confused as being a section of a song. Just to let you know there are hooks in the song. You might want to do a little research on the differences of those terms, especially if you intend on making this line of work a professional endeavor. Professional is as professional does.
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