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Brandon Lee Richardson Shows How He Produced Kendyle Paige's 'Destroyer (Come Home)'

May 20, 2019

Photo by Roger Richardson



When you really love a song, one of the coolest things to see is how the song was created. It adds another layer to all of the reasons why you loved the song in the first place. Following the release of Kendyle Paige’s music video for Destroyer (Come Home)Brandon Lee Richardson dropped a new video showing how he produced the record. And we love it.


Destroyer (Come Home) is definitely one of the more emotional songs on Kendyle’s debut album, Keep in Mind, It May Be Behind You. However, there is much more to it than what’s on the surface. It’s simple, yet complex at the same time. From the lyrics to the musical arrangement, this is a record that you have to listen to more than once to fully appreciate all of it’s subtle nuances. Luckily, Brando gives us an even deeper look into it’s creation.



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