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Saturday, August 07, 2021

SCYE releases new song 'Paru-Paro' featuring Chin Detera

07/28/2021 11:50:42 AM

Rising hip-hop Act SCYE has released his new song that deals with the importance of tackling mental health and depression with an open mind. 

Aptly titled 'Paru-Paro', this new track from the Bulacan-raised rapper features Chin Detera, frontwoman of the pop-rock quartet CHNDTR. 

Released under Def Jam Philippines, SCYE's latest single is a four-minute urban opus that tells the story of someone battling the demons inside his head. Driven by lush strings, soaring instrumentals, and SCYE's incisive songwriting style, Detera delivers powerful vocals in the chorus, asking relevant questions that deserve to dominate the public discourse: “Ang buhay ba'y nagbibiro? ako'y nalilito / takbo ng oras, 'di ba hihinto?” This rapper aims for the song to give people who are making fun of the struggles in and out of social media, a matter of perspective in debunking the stigma, and hopefully, normalizing conversations about mental health issues. 

“The intention of ‘Paru-Paro’ is to connect with people who are struggling with the traumas they've been going through since childhood that cause them to drown in depression, panic attacks, anxiety and suicidal attempts,” rapper SCYE says in a statement. “This song also aims to remind their relatives and friends to give at least a little time to talk to them and listen to their struggles about their mental health issues.” 

Another hardworking personnel who made this track possible is producer Dennis Cala, whom SCYE started working with last January 2021. 
“We’ve experimented a lot in terms of sounds and music details, but we decided to take direction to something more cinematic,” SCYE revealed in conclusion. “We want the production to complement the bigness of the storytelling, and with Chin’s haunted vocal delivery adding more emotional weight to the overall appeal of the track, I just couldn’t ask for more.”

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