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Pacifique Meyn Exercises His Wistful Traits In, "TRYIN'"

Reigning from Ottawa, Canada's capital, Pacifique Meyn wears many hats as a creative who shares talents as a singer, songwriter, producer, and poet.

Pacifique Meyn began his career writing as a poet and later transitioned into music. As a songwriter and self-producer, creating music that falls in the category of Lo-Fi and R&B exemplifies his reality and continues to garner attention for the emerging artist.

Taking your mind into a swarm of emotional themes, Pacifique Meyn conjures up relatable feelings in his most recent single, "TRYIN'." Delving into a thoughtful composition of reverberated hues, the intoxicating resonance that Pacifique Meyn puts forth allows you to indulge in the sweet lyrical landscapes he puts onto paper and then places into a self-produced creation of synergy as he sonically interacts with his listeners.

Utilizing slow-tempo instrumentation to act as the fortified ground that Pacifique Meyn covers allows his lush vocals to serve as a centerpiece tempting you to follow his lead and end up in the warm embrace emitted. You can hear the poetic roots of Pacifique Meyn's songwriting abilities cut through this creation in one fell swoop. "TRYIN'" is the thought-provoking ballad that has our heads turning as we peek into a more in-depth perspective showing who Pacifique Meyn truly is as an artist and individual.

Forcing us to sit with our mindset as he conveys raw emotion through each note shed, Pacifique Meyn solidifies his dominance in the realm of comforting R&B in the contemporary foreground. With tracks like "TRYIN'," to set him apart from the rest, we suggest that you keep your radar on Pacifique Meyn as he has plenty more to offer in his artistic journey.

Congratulations on the release of the poignant single, “TRYIN’.” What does this song mean to you? What are you hoping that listeners take away from it?

I’m admitting that I know the troubles I’ve been putting her through and the damage that I’m causing, knowing that she’s giving the best of her. We often love the wrong way by letting our old emotions get the best of us.

The second verse is about the insecurities and fear of losing that one person, the thought of losing them to all the options they have because you’ll always find someone who’s gonna love you better, someone who will treat you better, and someone will always be better.

Could you please share a glimpse of what the creative/recording process looked like when bringing, “TRYIN’,” to life?

I get inspired by my own personal experience so if I haven’t experienced it, I won’t sing about it. I usually find the perfect beat and play it over and over just to get the right melody. When the melody makes me feel the right emotions then I start writing.

As you explore different creative avenues as an artist, is there a part of the creative process that you enjoy the most?

I enjoy not knowing where the song is going to take me. I enjoy living the same things twice in order to feel the emotions I once felt and share them with my audience

What are the top three things that you need in order to have a successful writing session?

Embracing vulnerability, being emotionally present, the feeling between pain and lust.

What would you like listeners to know about you and the music that you create?

I want them to understand that not every song is going to be relatable. I want them to know that it’s okay to feel lost and confused, to feel pain and not knowing how to love. I want them to know that being vulnerable is part of the journey. I want them to know that I’m just a man trying to be emotionally free.



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