Phil Elam is a multi-talented award-winning musician and filmmaker from Detroit, Michigan. Elam has had a love and passion for music and movies for as long as he can remember.
As a young boy growing up in Detroit he encountered numerous violent situations, where he got his “ass” handed to him. Thankfully Elam could always find comfort in his private world of music and movies.
What does Elam love about his art? The ability to forget your worries and troubles and momentarily escape into euphoric musical bliss.
Elam has a fantastic way of activating this escapism with his music and “Rodeo Boys” is all about joyous, carefree celebration, and the liberating feeling of unconditional love.
I enjoy the song’s intro of cowboy sound effects which amuses and intrigues the listener. As the song develops we discover multiple combined musical layers of big synthesizers and intense bass beats, which create a diverse soundscape.
This song is extremely entertaining and I appreciate the humorous lyrics such as; “If you want a Rodeo boy, rise up jump for joy, if you want this Rodeo Boy, tie me up I’ll be your toy!”
Elam also has another passion, and one of his main goals is to help society advance in a co-operative and positive manner through charitable giving. He is already turning this goal into reality by donating profit from two hit singles to charitable funds.
If you enjoy music from artists such as Drake and Justin Bieber, then Phil Elam will fit perfectly on your playlist.
Please remember to support this kind and generous artist and follow him on social media here: https://www.instagram.com/philelam/