Time flies.

It’s been a year since I started to release songs through Spotify, Apple MusicDeezer, YouTube, Amazon, and iHeart Radio among many other outlets and stores.

I released 21 songs since October 2017.

A spoken-word record will be released in the near future.

I decided to do things differently with the latter. I decided to do the project in Spanish, my first language. I don’t know where it’s going to lead me, but I’m happy with the product. It’s a record that will have some of my favorite poems, in spoken-word format with a dark ambience. It’s a recollection of past experiences and memories that are here to stay, for better or worse. Please see below the following five lessons of the year.

What I learned after a year:

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That’s it for now. I’m excited for the unwritten songs and unexplored ideas waiting to be discovered. I hope to release more than 21 songs by October 2019. Time will tell.

If you would like to support what I do, sharing my music with 3 of your friends on social media (or better yet, in-person) is all I ask from you. Follow me on all streaming platforms if you wish. Give this post a like if you listened to a song or two. Bonus points if you leave a comment below with your feedback.

Thank you for your time,

Ernesto

3 Responses

  1. Reblogged this on Jordan Hall and commented:
    Everyone learns at different paces, but these are some really good points here: Be patient, study your craft, ignore the paycheck, love the work. I’ve hit on a few of these pillars, but Ernesto pointed out some that I overlooked.