Kevin Meyer is a talented and famous New York musician who has made a name for himself as a singer, rapper, and performer. He has opened for numerous big-name artists such as Hawthorne Heights, Teddy Geiger and Trace Cyrus and has toured extensively, building up a strong following along the way.
He participated in the Vans Warped Tour and playing acoustic guitar and performing his own music on select east coast dates alongside well-known artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Mod Sun, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday and G-Eazy. He has released 4 EPS and 1 Remix, with some of his tracks featuring talented drummers such as Atom Willard (who has worked with Angels&Airwaves, The Offspring, Danko Jones and Rocket From The Crypt) and Nick Crescenzo (from indie rock band The Dear Hunter). His most popular song on Spotify is “Party All Night.
But music is not the only thing that drives Kevin Meyer; he is also passionate about raising awareness for mental health issues, particularly suicide prevention. He founded the website http://sppbkm.com/ as a platform to promote suicide awareness and prevention. He tweeted about the website, urging people to “Let’s Spread Suicide Awareness Like It’s Violence,” a powerful statement that highlights the urgency and gravity of the issue. The website features resources and information on suicide prevention, as well as personal stories and testimonials from people who have been affected by suicide.
Beyond his work with the website, Kevin has also incorporated his passion for mental health awareness into his music. His latest EP, Detached and features a new track which explores themes of depression and the struggle to stay afloat in a world that can sometimes feel overwhelming. With lyrics like “It’s hard to breathe when my mind is so heavy,” Kevin opens up about his own experiences with mental health and encourages listeners to seek help and support when they need it.
His dedication to mental health awareness is a testament to his compassion and empathy for others. Through his music and his website, he is working to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and create a more open and accepting dialogue about these important issues. He reminds us that we are not alone in our struggles and that there is always hope for a better tomorrow.
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