Manafest Poetic Structure

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In a world where conformity is king and sticking with the status quo is often a well-honed survival instinct, four-time Dove Award nominee Manafest has always found contentment in doing his own thing.
And refusing to be anyone but himself has clearly served him—and his artistry well. Even on the heels of his wildly popular, bestselling album Fighter, Manafest (real name: Chris Greenwood) refused to settle into a familiar, if-it-ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it mentality when making the follow-up, The Moment. If anything, the Canadian born and California-based artist and author was even more compelled to dig deeper both lyrically and creatively.
The result is easily Manafest’s most innovative and personal project yet. Centering around the importance is being present in all of life’s moments, whether big
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A declarative, hopeful ode to surviving and thriving in life’s most challenging seasons, Manafest definitely sings with the conviction of someone who’s been there. One of those special moments that every artist hopes for—and aspires to— when making an album, the track’s memorable, melodic structure is definitely easy on the ears as well.
For the album’s title track, Manafest successfully merges style and substance and issues a stirring clarion call against compromise and selling out for money, while “My Way” and “Cage” are inspiring personal pleas for being independent and pursuing your specific passions despite what the masses may think.
“A lot of people will try and force you into a box, but it’s crucial to find your own path,” Manafest shares. “I’ve learned you’ve got to lean on your dreams, and that dream has to be so big that you’re not willing to back down on it. With my music, I know I only have three to four minutes to say something, and with some songs, I just want people to rock out. With others, I want people to be inspired to go change the

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