Jahn Rome is definitely one to speak on touchy topics in his music, but the narrative always seems to bob and weave around politics. He confronts it on ‘Kool-Aid,’ a subtle, yet lyrically-barbed charge on the proverbial kool aid drinkers of society – those buying into artifice and division as their home. Jahn snaps all the way as he goes in on the toxic aspects of popular culture and the world at large with a subtlety that doesn’t lose its optimism in the fog.
“I wanted to discuss politics in my music, but I’ve come to realize that I prefer to do it in a more subtle fashion. I hope that the listener gets the opportunity to understand the message as they see it.”