Anyone who knows me, knows I love supporting fellow artists, poets, writers, musicians etc. I make it a point to support people who are creative and positive.  I find that there are always people with potential that may not always get proper recognition; especially living in my city. (Jacksonville, fl.) Sometimes  Jacksonville tends to have the “crabs in a barrel” syndrome going on. But anywho, enough of my ranting….

Today I’m bring you NEW STUFF from local spoken word poet Serenity. The last piece I did on her, she was working on getting her book of poems published. She sends me newsletters once and month and for November’s newsletter she included a link of her new single.

I didn’t know she did any singing, but when I listened to the link i was surprised. The song almost reminds me of something from the 90’s era of r&b. Anywho I’m including the video below so that you can check it out for yourself.

And REMEMBER #support by showing  Serenity some love and visiting her Facebook and Twitter pages:

Serenity Facebook Page

 Youtube link:

 Twitter Link:!/iam_serenity88




About Alex McClain

Writing is a gift of mine that I enjoy sharing with others. What I love more than writing is the actual story, finding others who share the same passion as I do and discoverin g a certain creative energy in others. This is what keeps me inspired. Finding these people and telling their stories. I'm a senior at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, fl. I'm a communications major with a concentration in print journalism. If you're interested in contacting me for any freelance work or you're interested in me writing about you for my blog email me at

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