I’m all about supporting other artistic and creative people, especially if they’re from my city! It makes me even more proud. For those of you who don’t know, I’m from Jacksonville, Fl. I love my city, but the hidden talent here doesn’t always get the appreciation they deserve.  So whenever I hear something good, I feel obligated to share it with my readers.

In this post I’m bring you a track from local artist Knight Krawler. To some he’s well-known and to others let me introduce you….

Photo credit: Taken from Knight Krawler’s Facebook page

The first time I heard Knight Krawler was at the Ritz open mic night a few years back. His performance blew me away. I remember being a freshman in high school hearing, “My hearts my amplifier, I don’t need no mic” and being drawn into his performance as a poet. I hadn’t seen anyone bring poetry to life like he did. He has this stage presence that demands your attention without him having to do a lot.

Along with the spoken word, Knight Krawler also does music.  The track is called “Wish.” I heard it and really enjoyed it. I’m hoping that after hearing the track, more people will be able to appreciate what he has to offer as an artist. I give credit where it’s do, and I think this track and what Knight Krawler does as an artist, is of quality. Quality artists can be rare and hard to find.

For more  information on Knight Krawler visit his website at KnightKrawla.com


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 alexandra_mcclain1989@yahoo.com

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