New Track: MesAyah – Painted Perfect

Good evening

This is a track that I have been working on for a while, and I made the decision this week, that it will not be on my upcoming album because it doenst fit the sound I am going for for that release, but i thought that, since I am happy with the track, the least I can do is share it with you guys.

The track itself is mostly about how my words color my life, my performances and my role.

So here is my newest track, Painted Perfect:


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35 Responses to New Track: MesAyah – Painted Perfect

  1. Sounds really good, man.

  2. dorcamis says:

    i really love this ❤

  3. earthslang says:

    Love how you integrate the color theme into the different topics. Catchy hook.

  4. c88kamikaze says:

    The beat knocks. I like what you have to say here bro.

  5. infinine says:

    Awesome production. I want to see you and Andre get put on. I’m in marketing by profession, like to offer you some free advice. If you haven’t already, widely publicize your 365 Challenge, you can get a lot of publicity for your efforts by writing a press release (google how to do it ) and submitting what you are doing to your local community and college newspapers, music trade and industry magazines, independent radio stations, etc. Become your own marketing machine and get your name out in your town and beyond. I have a ear for what is hot, you are very marketable, yet unique enough to stand out from the tired shit they are playing over here. When you get that deal, which I think you will, stay true to self and your art, don’t sell out for the dollar and let the suits dictate that you rap about hoes and rims. Em did it, from dysfunction and the Detroit ghetto, so can you. Peace.

    • MesAyah says:

      Good morning.

      Ånd first of all, I am very glad that myself ånd the rest of my labelmates can provide you with music that you really enjoy.

      Thank you for the advice as well, i will google about the press release, should i emphasize the 365 daily challenge in that press release? I have this blog and newsletters out to my fans but it kind of stops there, so to reach a wider crowd that sounds like a great Idea. I have thoughts about a book release in the future as well

      And yes I will never be dictated by well suited men, I know my voice now, it basically only help the marketing part, but that I can do myself.

      There will be a lot of music coming your way in the future as well, my album is coming this year and 4 other releases on our label,

      Lol I will not forget about you:)
      And once again thank you for kind and helping words, and I will get you those Norwegian lyrics for the kjartan and storms track

      • infinine says:

        Thanks, I definitely look forward to hearing more from you and your label mates. To answer the question, yes, the press release is to showcase you, the record label and your music but it’s important to emphasize the 365 Challenge. You can utilize it almost like a publicity stunt, even though once people read your blog, they will see that it’s not, it’s authentic, it’s all you. A press release is simply an announcement telling Who, What, When, Where, Why. I don’t know how they do it in Norway but here it’s usually written in something called AP style (google it). AP style is short and to the point, you are not giving opinions or writing an article in the first person, you are reporting an event that is or will take place. 365 Challenge is an event. Peace.

    • MesAyah says:

      Just wanna say thank you. I was just interviewed by one of the biggest newspapers in Norway about the 365 daily challenge. Wouldn´t have happened without your help


  6. infinine says:

    PS: Don’t forget about me when you get in the cheddar
    Your rhyme is universal
    Believe that no one can do it better
    This is just the dress rehearsal : )

  7. infinine says:

    PSS: I forgot that you already have your own label, my apologies. So fuck a record deal, they will screw you, do you, (But you already know that, lol)
    It worked for Prince and many others, no more Warner Bros, self distribution.

  8. Millie Ho says:

    Solid beats and solid rhymes. Keep it up!

  9. pdlyons says:

    nice n cool

  10. Irene Lefort says:

    Let’s get the contrast back in our lives instead of seeing everything in black and white! 🙂 Love it! Cheers!

  11. MesAyah says:

    Good morning everybody

    Thank you for the love you have shown for the track:) good to be around people like you, who appreciate lyrics:)

    Feel free to share this track with the world as well

  12. thebloggerssoliloquy says:

    I Never knew you were a musician. Your a talented guy.

  13. 90dphillips says:

    I nominated you for the Sunshine Award 🙂

  14. suej says:

    I like it! Great beat, catchy repeat line…positive.

  15. Thanks for following my blog. I am new at blogging, but not to music. I usually am not into Rap, but yours is different somehow. Seems like a lot of rappers try to push how “clever” they can be, cramming as many semi-meaningfull (or not) rhymes into this mish-mash of what ends up being disconnect. Yours feels connected, remains clever, and in a real way sticks to the message. I like it and shall return. Gotta go work on my Blog of the Day. Oh, yeah, also gotta figure out how to do the SoundCloud thing, Nice! Like a lot of artists, I am far better ( and much prefer ) creating over marketing. You seem to be striking a good balance. Way to go. Peace

  16. jhasmoments says:

    Thanks for the visit to my site …. 🙂
    talented …you are 🙂

  17. Hey MesAyah,

    Your track reincarnated me in it’s own way!! Inspirationally all ga-ga!!
    Thanks for stopping by and reading my work… 🙂


  18. Heyy MesAyah,

    Your track reincarnated me…! Inspirationally all ga-ga over you!
    Thanks for stopping by and reading my work…


  19. ummmm….srry fr posting it twice…some server error! 😛

  20. Pigeon Heart says:

    que bonito. nice tempo.

  21. Listened to the track twice, really dig the mellow flow and descriptive metaphors. And such a great message – to see one’s own life as a masterpiece. Best of luck to you, and thanks for following my blog.

  22. Monica says:

    Very cool – “a fine line between a master and a convict”. I like this a lot.

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