Not often do you hear a freshman in high school that is as talented as Isaac Dunbar. As shown in the Barnstable, MA native’s latest offering, “Suicide”, this rising talent holds a refined artistry that ranges far beyond his years, and considering how naturally it all comes out, there’s no denying that he’s something special. That said, in Dunbar’s latest, he explains the duality of perspective in the context of suicide. The song is split up into two verses: one told by the person who is killing themselves, and one by the person who is convincing the other person not to. Lyrically, the MA artist is able to weave deep emotion throughout vivid lines of undiluted emotion, but not until the gentle instrumentation takes hold does the true genius of this song show. I could go on and on about the maturity and skill that it takes to put together something as complex as “Suicide”, but I’ll let the music speak for itself. Click play at the link below and let us know what you think in the comments!