Rise addresses Dementia in his new single “Memories.” The single will be available wherever you buy online music January 29th. His Mother who is 78 was diagnosed in 2018. “Watching her struggle with her memory is heartbreaking. It’s like we do special things together and she doesn’t recall those events. Seeing her forget friends and extended family has been difficult to say the least.”
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This project is dedicated to Rise’s mother Ollie M. Jackson. She’s currently living with Dementia after being diagnosed in 2018. He’s standing up and being the voice for her as-well as shining the light on an illness that affects so many. Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disease. Dementia is not a specific disease. It's an overall term that describes a group of symptoms. Learn more by visiting the ALZ.org website. The title song packs a punch! It comes with catchy word play that will make you think. The bass and guitar notes are amazing. The remix version is absolutely mesmerizing. It features Zak 1, who’s mother was also recently diagnosed with the brain illness. This rendition will undoubtably touch you emotionally and leave you craving for more. The music is banging! It was produced by Isaiah Vest and Nate Rhoads. “Memories” was recorded and mixed at Official Bizness Studios by DEO. Rise tells us he wrote his lyrics from the perspective of the person suffering. This was done so the listeners could visualize a glimpse of what its like to have and live with Dementia. All profits from the “Memories” single are going to the Alzheimer’s Organization