Chase Allen’s “Lost Souls” and “Nothing to Lose” Explores an East to West Coast Transition

An L.A. transplant by way of Philadelphia, Chase Allen walks the streets of his new West Coast stomping grounds in the music video for Chase’s latest single “Lost Souls.”

Chase Allen is all grit and grind. As the product of a rough West Philly upbringing, Allen’s honest and introspective lyrics takes us through his newfound growth and enlightenment in his transition as a west coast transplant.

Two joints off of his latest record, “Far From Home” — “Nothing to Lose” and “Lost Souls” — explores the roller coaster experience such a transition entails: Going from a place of comfort to the unfamiliar, stability to uncertainty. It’s a labor of love that is real, edgy, and empowering.

“With all that is in the media and warped into the educational systems, by the time most of us realize we are lost it’s too late because we are already programmed to believe a certain story. No guidance, mentally and spiritually homeless, lacking knowledge of self…a lost soul. That’s what this song is.”- Chase Allen

Peep “Far From Home” on December 16.

Nina Tabios

Nina Smoove aka Champagne Ninang. Certified hooligan. $F Bay Area born and bred.

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