Friday, March 12, 2010

Madison - "Can We Go Back" Free Download & Contest!

We took this song out of Madison's archive to bring you a little something different before the mixtape release.  It's a free download so click the link below to listen and save.  This is the ONLY time this track will be released.

We are also running a twitter event in conjunction with this release.  Hop over to twitter and follow @therealmadison and tweet under the trending topic #canwegoback and you'll automatically be entered to win a limited edition Nintendo DS Lite! The contest will run through until Sunday, March 14th, at 10 pm.  A random verified entrant will be chosen on Sunday night and announced on twitter.  Tell a friend to tell a friend!

You can win!

Message from Madison:
Originally, "Can We Go Back" was supposed to be a poem. It was the first time that I had ever tried writing poetry and it came out way better than I expected. Then I came across the instrumental (produced by Dr. Dre) and just couldn't resist it. As soon as I heard it, I knew that those (CWGB) lyrics would fit perfectly. Every now and then I catch myself thinking about the "good ol' days". The times when the biggest care in the world was getting home in time to catch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, or who had control over the first controller when playing videos games. I know at one point in time, we have all wished we could go back and relive those moments. So I tried my best to recapture a lot of the things I remember from my childhood, jotting them down on paper, and laying it down on wax to create my own little audio time capsule. People from my (era) and maybe even some people before me can take a trip back and remember the good times, and those who come after me can get a glimpse of what life was like growing up for me. - Madison (@therealmadison)


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2 comments:

BRich said...

Damn - this song is dope. Really takes me back to a great time in my life.

Rox Fontaine said...

Glad to hear that the objective was completed. Please spread the word. There's more where this came from!