“Save Me” by Paul Askew has the power to touch hearts, heal brokenness, and change lives.
Paul Askew is the upcoming artist using his soulful voice to craft melodies that are more than simply music, but a gateway to emotions. Apart from his romantic rendition “So in Love,” he has been the conversation of many industry heads with the release of his single, “Save Me.” The track breathes vulnerability through every passionate note expelled by the voice of Paul Askew. Inspired by temptations and giving in to human’s carnal nature, he wanted to create a song that was stripped of any walls or ego, being free from pride as he comes to God in a moment of confession. The song is a plea for saving grace, to be washed of sins and guilt contradicting his salvation.
“Save Me” is both brilliant and heartwarming, artistic and emotional. Paul Askew takes soul to deeper waters, submerging audiences in an authentic reflection of themselves. His vocals echo the pain and sincerity in his prayer for mercy from The Creator, wanting to cleanse himself of anything that taints the purity of the path ahead. “Save Me” has the vocals, the conviction, and the music to back up every pain felt through genuine lyrics in the song. Twenty8 holds credit for making the background track as fluent and complimentary as it was to Paul Askew’s voice. Together they have made arguably the most impactful song of the year, if not the decade. This level of pure unshielded emotion and truth of oneself is only seen in rare icons like the late DMX, and being compared with a caliber of artist that high at the start of his career, Paul Askew is already on track to be a legend.
Listen to “Save Me” on popular streaming platforms and check out Paul Askew online to stay up to date on upcoming releases.
“Save Me”: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1603379047?ls=1&app=itunes
“So in Love”: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1607256748?ls=1&app=itunes