Video: The Good Sin – Tin Man

Video: The Good Sin – Tin Man

When The Good Sin introduced the world to Life Before in July, he gave us a body of work that was reflective upon his life and the things around him. Take “Tin Man” for instance. In a generation where love is scarce, it’s easy to feel like the Wizard Of Oz character. Whether it’s because of his actions or a lack of finding love, Sin feels heartless. Sam Kalafat illustrates the video that puts Sin into the body of the tin man. He travels through dimly lit buildings and a lonely road until he finally checks in to Heartless Anonymous… continue reading

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The Good Sin – Doing Wrong, Feeling Right (Prod. By Trox)

The Good Sin – Doing Wrong, Feeling Right (Prod. By Trox)

Every human has done something wrong that made them feel good, so much so that you don’t want to stop (a chronic masturbators’ nightmare). For “Doing Wrong, Feeling Right,” The Good Sin gets Portland’s hottest producer Trox for a session about many contradictions and the struggle to do the right thing. Another week, another winning track. Previously: The Good Sin Ft. Key Calhoun – Road To Glory Follow @SermonsDomain

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The Good Sin Ft. Key Calhoun – Road To Glory

The Good Sin Ft. Key Calhoun – Road To Glory

As anybody on the road will tell you, glory is not something easily obtainable. The road is covered with dirt, rocks and sharp objects, and most of us aren’t blessed with comfy footwear. Hey, but we all do it at some point in our lives to reap the benefits, whether they be big or small. Getting assistance from Key Calhoun, The Good Sin’s latest single is about this scenario from the inside and out. Previously: The Good Sin – How Did You Get Here (Prod. By Tuamie) Follow @SermonsDomain

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The Good Sin – How Did You Get Here (Prod. By Tuamie)

The Good Sin – How Did You Get Here (Prod. By Tuamie)

As The Good Sin’s Kick Back Season continues to go strong, he releases the next single, “How Did You Get Here.” Sin opts for a very light joint that is one verse of rapping and the other of talking. His choice in subject? A picture of love “avoided.” Out of the many records he’s done, this might be at the bottom of the list simply because it feels more rushed than anything. A good concept, but the time developing didn’t seem to last as long. Previously: Video: The Good Sin Ft. Mario Sweet – Hate Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: The Good Sin Ft. Mario Sweet – Hate

“I wish that I could trust a girl but I can’t, so I don’t tell her shit” In the darkness, The Good Sin struggles in an interrogation of his mind dealing with newfound hate that comes with achieving life’s goals. The video, without overdoing itself, is powerful to the lyrics, yet simple overall. Directed by Andrew Imanaka. This comes off The Story Of Love & Hate that came out last year. Previously: The Good Sin Ft. Thaddeus David & Khimmy J – Tomorrow Today (Prod. By 10.4 Rog) Follow @SermonsDomain

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The Good Sin Ft. Thaddeus David & Khimmy J – Tomorrow Today (Prod. By 10.4 Rog)

The Good Sin Ft. Thaddeus David & Khimmy J – Tomorrow Today (Prod. By 10.4 Rog)

For the fourth week of Fall Back Season, The Good Sin links up with fellow Seattle native Thaddeus David and Houston singer Khimmy J. Oh, and his ace producer, 10.4 Rog, is back on the beat too. “Tomorrow Today” is smooth. All of his singles have had some sort of message attached. This one: don’t put off what you can do today tomorrow. Wise words. Previously: The Good Sin Ft. Dizz – Great Expectations Follow @SermonsDomain

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