Some times being hurt will make you indirectly throw stones at other innocent bystanders. This transfer of negative energy can make the situation worst as it affects the people that actually cares about you as Angela Johnson decries on “Don’t Take It Out On Me.”
Johnson’s mid-tempo empowering track takes a different perspective on discussing relationship issues; it lends support as a spouse, but draws the line on being a punching bag.
In celebration of her tenth anniversary as a solo artist, Johnson released a new album this week by chopping, flipping, and remixing songs from her music vault.
Producer: Angela Johnson
Album: Revised, Edited & Flipped
Label: Purpose Music Group