17-year-old newcomer Young Marco drops the new single, “Gone Long Gone,” the lead offering from his forthcoming debut album, Tell The Word, slated to arrive late spring.
Penned by Marco and produced by Eric "Cire" Crawford (Mariah Carey, K. Michelle, Mila J, RaVaughn), the song hovers over the subject of a toxic relationship.
"I wanted this song to have a colossal meaning to it and it actually did. I reminisced on witnessing a not so stable relationship within my team and wrote about their love. I saw the male take advantage of her love over and over to the point that she eventually started abusing herself, physically and mentally. It was not good," says Young Marco. "Eventually she got out and as the known saying came to mind, "you won't miss anything good until it's gone" and that was the inspiration behind the song.”
Stay tuned for more from this youngin’!