Dakotah Faye’s ‘hell was boring’ Takes Listeners on a Healing Journey
In the world of music, there are artists who break boundaries, challenge norms, and inspire listeners with their creativity and unique perspectives. Dakotah Faye has just released his latest album ‘hell was boring’ that covers topics ranging from addiction and incarceration to the journey of self healing.
Faye is not just a talented artist, but also an advocate for the Indigenous community. Through his music and platform, he continuously sheds light on Indigenous issues and challenges faced within the community while also celebrating the beauty and resilience. “hell was boring” is a testament to the strength and creativity of Indigenous artists, and paves the way for greater recognition and appreciation of Indigenous voices in the music industry. This album is a reminder that music has the power to inspire, unite, and uplift, and it stands as a testament to the boundless creativity and potential of Indigenous artists.