New Orleans native Martyr Man is addicted to making music. His life is a constant hustle to achieve his dream of making it as a musician, but his story is one that many artists share – the burning desire for self expression hindered by the economic realities of the world.
After battling through long periods of hardship, Martyr Man is finally making moves. With his songs getting rotation on major radio stations and his music videos getting millions of plays online, he knows that he has come a long way. He also knows, however, how long of a journey it has been, and on “When It Rains, It Pours” he chronicles the struggles and hardships he’s endured.
The moral here is that the story is in the journey, not the destination. Martyr Man is finally making it in the rap game, but his inspiration is coming from his years of trying to get there.