How To Find Yourself
A hip-hop tune with notes about power.
Orange County, NY native, Dylan Owen, is a rapper and musician who crafts thoughtful and inspiring music you’ll want to listen to on repeat. His “vulnerable, poetic rap songwriting” has led him to receive comparisons to alternative artists such as Conor Oberst and Elliott Smith. Owen has also collaborated with fellow rappers like Abhi The Nomad, Watsky, Kinetics, and One Love. He even opened a tour for the late Mac Miller. As Dylan continues his journey, he strives to find meaning for himself and his listeners. His work is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud. Dylan Owen’s latest drop is the album, Take Care Of Yourself, featuring the song, “How To Find Yourself.” The song also has an official music video.
While its message may be intense, the background is calm and easygoing on the ears. “Take Care Of Yourself” thoughtfully provides a calming soundscape that works hand in hand with an introspective reflection. Lyrics like “There is no guidebook to growing up, There is no handbook to a happy life” and “There is no manual to managing the man that you’ve become, You just head into the great unknown and hope it helps” powerfully reflect on relatable mental health struggles. We’re left with supportive words that help us feel loved and seen. The unquestionably supportive sense has Owen’s honest and emotional reflection remain as compelling as it is compassionate. So, press play and let the words of “How To Find Yourself” encourage you to keep following your unique path.
Chicago based writer and creative. Fan of 80’s horror, fancy coffee drinks, and late night drives.