East-African, Miami based singer/songwriter Hoosh unveils a brand new song entitled, ‘Missed Takes’. Hoosh leaves it all on the table by relaying a situation a previous relationship where a commitment was an issue. Reminiscing on the relationship, Hoosh talks about not seeing the worth of a good girl and losing a good thing. In the track, you hear a very honest side to the artist.
When speaking about the track, Hoosh states: “missed-takes. Hard to stop them before it’s too late. I met a girl a couple of years back that changed my life. For the first time ever, I truly considered slowing down for someone other than myself. Things didn’t start like that though.. not at all. Let me tell you a little story that affirms the saying, “You don’t know what you have until it’s gone”. When we first hooked up. I self-sabotaged everything from dinners to phone calls in an effort to remove myself from the situation. Then when I least expected it, my father had a near-death experience halfway across the world. I flew out the next day and ended up spending months in Qatar helping him recover. By the time I got back to the States, it was too late: she moved on. The conception of this song symbolizes acceptance: a coming to terms”