Matt Sassano is presently releasing his new single, “Enough,” a track Matt describes as “an anthem for anyone who has suffered through a cycle of broken relationships and has trouble feeling like they are enough.”
“I spent many years finding myself, trying to understand what was true, what I believed and who I wanted to be,” Matt recalls. With life altering disabilities, that set countless obstacles in Matt’s path. A traumatic brain injury during birth left Matt with Cerebral Palsy, and rare learning disability Dyscalculia.
In 2010, one of his songs, “Bridges,” became the main menu song for 2012’s NASCAR the Game: Inside Line; with 125,000 copies sold. In 2019, Matt took the leap to become a solo artist. “ In recent years I have been heavily inspired by solo acts -artists like Post Malone and Robert Delong.” Matt says of his current musical position. “Hopefully through that connection, I can help strengthen people's faith and be a light to whatever darkness they may be going through." Matt is presently nominated for a Grizzly Award for his re-imagined version of "Monster" by "Skillet."