After getting dropped by Columbia Records at 18 years old, singer-songwriter Alec Benjamin built a following by playing in parking lots outside of Shawn Mendes and Troye Sivan concerts. The Phoenix, Arizona native caught the attention of Jon Bellion, earning a songwriting credit on Bellion’s debut album and later joined him on tour. Benjamin connects to listeners by incorporating using his life struggles to tell stories and give meaning to his songs. You can see this in “Let Me Down Slowly,” “Paper Crown,” “I Built a Friend,” “Death of a Hero,” and “If We Have Each Other.” Benjamin released his first studio album mixtape, Narrated for You on November 16, 2018, and released his first studio album, These Two Windows on May 29, 2020
The capital of bureaucrats and important people, Brussels is sometimes called the city of seven. Accidental coincidence or divine fishing, but the city is located on 7 hills, it has 7 roads, its main area is protected by 7 animals, and in the Dutch transcription the name of the city consists of 7 letters. Although, looking at the city in the light of day, it is unlikely that the language will turn to call it mystical - it’s too ... rational or something.