REASN Illustrates The Daily Struggles Of The Real “American Dream”

Rising multi-genre singer REASN delivers a compelling visual to bring his latest single “American Dream” to life. The Columbia, MO born musician by way of Los Angeles, CA shows the world what how the “American Dream” works out for middle class and low-income families around country, and it’s not a pretty picture. The song comprises of the struggles that make up the reality of modern American families today.

“Had a dream I Was president, then I woke up in jail,” REASN sings on the thought-provoking hook. “It’s the American Dream if your real life is hell.”

The visual for “American Dream” serves as the follow-up to music videos for his singles “Blue Fame” and “Killer”. Earlier this year, Reasn released his debut EP 70 West on Soundcloud, which garnered over 1 million streams, and joined multi-platinum selling rapper B.o.B during his recent STFU tour.

Watch and understand how REASN views the “American Dream” below.

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