‘Like I Was Here’ ​by Adreyn Cash ​explores matters of the heart and personal healing

"I believe that everyone has had a moment where they feel unappreciated and unseen and this song gives a voice to those emotions”
28 September 2023

Adreyn Cash has been steadily carving a unique niche in the music industry, thanks to his emotive lyricism and lush vocal stylings. 

After earning acclaim for his EP Illusions and recognition in the 2022 MOBO Unsung class, Adreyn Cash returns to the spotlight with a new musical creation, Like I Was Here.

The London-born, Jamaica-raised singer, songwriter, and producer, invites listeners on a poignant journey that explores matters of the heart and personal healing, solidifying his position as an artist who empowers through his craft.

Like I Was Here emerges as a comprehensive, emotive odyssey, wherein Adreyn elegantly navigates intimate vignettes of feeling invisible. The final result is a flawless translation of complex emotions into captivating melodies.

Speaking about the meaning behind the track, Cash shared, “For me, It’s a cry to my friends and my family to be active in their love, more importantly It’s a cry to an industry that I feel overlooked in. I believe that everyone has had a moment where they feel unappreciated and unseen and this song gives a voice to those emotions.”

Adreyn’s signature topline gracefully embraces the sinuous rhythms of R&B, inviting fans on a deep dive into his unfiltered experiences. His delivery is raw and unapologetic, echoing a stream of consciousness that resembles inner dialogues. Supported by gentle, unhurried drum patterns, the track builds anticipation, culminating in an impactful and euphonious chorus. Adreyn Cash‘s authentic approach adds the finishing touches, infusing his work with profound contemplation and personal experience.

Adreyn Cash‘s musical journey is entering a new phase with the release of Like I Was Here. It’s a testament to his artistic evolution and his steadfast dedication to creating music that resonates deeply with the soul.

Photos by Anita Boamah