“Seek”, “Beautiful”, and “Stop Me” are nothing less than motivational and moving. Once you get back on your feet after experiencing loss, as expressed in “Change” and “Feels Good,” you learn to heal and love again. Arielle says she loves ballads as anthems, and vulnerable melodies and lyrics like “Woah” and “This Man” are perfect examples of that.
Arielle adds that “Woah” was originally written as a love song to spirituality."
Arielle Dominique shares poems and spoken word with listeners on this album too with four provoking interludes, “Self-Preservation”, “Magnolias”, “No Rush”, and “Tides”. “I wanted people to know the intentions behind the music and the storyline so I did that with poetry. I was writing poems before songs, so it was refreshing for me to bring that back to my public work. “Magnolias” might be my favorite poem because it’s tied into the essence of spirituality to me – that you what you seek is also seeking you. Which is why vibes are important along with self-talk/self-care.”In her upcoming project, Arielle's message is simple - self-love and its ability to bring you freedom to love others. “Just listen and love.”