Marsha Ambrosius and Page Kennedy Tell a Story in “Torn Pages” Video
Featuring singer Marsha Ambrosius, Page has an outer-body experience where he finds himself watching his own body dies in the hospital. As he watch, the memories of the people who passed because of his 'hit it and quit it' mentality plague him. He begins to think about the women's hearts he broke and comes to terms with his past. Ambrosius' vocals are angelic, matching well with Page's heartfelt lyrics.
“Torn Pages is a look into my life in the most transparent way possible. I’m dealing with my demons,” Page said in email. "I talk about things that I have yet to completely deal with myself. I used this on an album as therapy for myself No matter how rich or famous someone is you never know the struggles they have going on internally.”
Kennedy released his newest album, Torn Pages, last month. The Detroit native has guest features from King Los, Royce Da 5'9, Mr. Porter, Elzhi and more. The project is produced entirely by Mic West
"I've been rapping since 7 years old," Page Kennedy says in the intro track off Torn Pages. "Other shit happened and I got into acting and comedy and people forgot I had bars so this is like my reintroduction."
Watch the video below.
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