“Protest” emerges as a sonic rebellion, an anthem that resonates with defiance and assertion. The title itself carries the weight of social and personal resistance, and the music becomes a rallying cry for change.
In the pulsating beats and assertive tones, “Protest” prompts contemplation on the power of dissent and the role it plays in shaping individual and collective destinies. The composition becomes a sonic battleground for voicing discontent and challenging the status quo. It serves as a reminder that, in the symphony of life, every protest is a note that contributes to the evolving melody of societal progress.
“In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.”
(Franklin D. Roosevelt)