For most people, music acts as a portal. Music can transport you from your current location to a different plane. It can be an escape from normal life, and it can convey emotions you sometimes don’t know how to express. Music has a powerful effect on people.
No one knows this more than T.Savvy. As a kid, he didn’t necessarily have a bad life. He wasn’t out on the streets or anything like that. But that doesn’t mean that he went without struggles. As a kid with ADHD, he knows exactly what it feels to live through life with burdens. He couldn’t focus on most things, and while he tried his best to navigate through life, he couldn’t help but be entirely dependent on music. As an introvert, he leaned more on writing and making music by himself than being out with others. His music was one place where he could express himself and be his authentic self.
He made music for himself. It was entirely self-indulgent, and this made it more special to him. His songwriting is his happy place, and when he discovered recording, he decided to share the happiness he felt with other people.
The recording booth, he discovered, was the best place in the world for him. In this space, depression doesn’t make an appearance. Even when he works on a song that’s emotionally charged and requires a deep dive into emotions, nothing overwhelms him in the studio. That’s how powerful music can be.
He was set to chase his dreams and make them into a reality. But in 2015, a momentous event happened that led to him putting his dream on hold for a while. A different dream came true then, and his daughter was born. From the moment he saw her perfect face, he knew he had a big decision to make. Would he give up his dreams to become the father he never had? The answer, he felt, was yes.
This decision has affected his happiness, though. Without his escape into music and studio recordings, he fell into a depression.
However, he hasn’t stopped dreaming. And even at that time, he managed to release two songs: “Hit” and “Tell ’Em.” His rele kept his passion going, even with the hectic direction his life was undoubtedly going. In 2018 he released an EP called “2 Days.” This EP was released to get his fix from not writing or recording—and he only had a weekend to get it out. But he persisted and succeeded in his own. And this has solidified his desire to make more music.
After releasing his EP, he knew he had to keep going. And now he is coming back to music in a big way. With the complete support of his family, he is on his path to free himself from depression and make a name for himself through his music.
He has dropped an album called “Because I Can” and has been releasing singles since the start of 2020. Check his website for more information.