Heno. Death Ain't That Bad
"Death Ain't That Bad is a universal conversation Heno. is having to discuss finding comfort within the uncomfortable and how fearing death is irrational because it is the only thing that is promised to us in this life; inspired by Epicurus’s theory. It’s a nuanced expression that bucks the way death is often presented in hip-hop. Heno. believes that coping with the inevitability of death is just a matter of accepting the reality and focusing on what one can control in life. The 14-track record serves as an introspective and existential rumination of death and the way we perceive the outcomes of life. In a world where we have very little control, we do have our ability to control how we both view things.
- Runtime: 40 minutes, 14 songs
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