Darius Martin’s Soulful Tribute to Love with ‘Like We Used To Before’

Los Angeles-based R&B meets pop artist Darius Martin just dropped the single “Like We Used To Before,” a heartfelt tribute to the enduring nature of love, reminiscing on cherished moments shared with a sweetheart. Filled with dreamlike guitar and percussion, the song draws us in with its raw emotion and infectious hooks.

Born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Alamogordo, New Mexico, Darius’ journey to musical success is marked by his perseverance and passion. After an illness sidelined his athletic aspirations in high school, he turned to music as a form of self-expression and never looked back. 

Darius is influenced by icons like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, his sound is both fresh and timeless, resonating with listeners on a deep level. He takes inspiration from real life experiences and contrasting perspectives to highlight “the good, bad, and in between. I want real life emotions and feelings to be poured out into my music.”

“Like We Used To Before” is the latest addition to Darius’ growing discography, which includes previous hits like “Options,” “Some Time,” and “Bottles.” With each release, he continues to captivate audiences with his dynamic fusion of genres and masterful storytelling. 

In addition to his musical efforts, Darius is also committed to using his platform for social good. His single “Sparks Don’t Fly” raised awareness for survivors of domestic violence in partnership with the nonprofit organization Doorways.

“Like We Used To Before” is a testament to Darius’ talent and dedication to his craft. The release comes during a time when audiences are craving authenticity and connection in their music, and this single is a must-listen for fans of R&B and pop alike.

Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to his music, “Like We Used To Before” is a captivating addition to his repertoire. With its soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics, it’s a track that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.

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Words by Izabel Rose