Filmed by 1PAPII of ARTMEDIA Group
Produced by Curtis Lee
"Dreaming of Ferraris" can be streamed on your favorite music streaming services like Soundcloud, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, and more.
Originally, the 1st verse was supposed to be the 2nd verse. And the 2nd verse was supposed to be the 1st verse. However, I switched them around to how it is now because the song opens up wayyyyy better like this.
But according to how it was originally made, the song was about my progression as an artist. This music stuff and rapping never came natural to me. I was actually terrible (ask anyone) and I was out here like "Yeah, these tracks are gunna have me riding in Ferraris and shit!" Obviously, back then I thought I was good, but now I realize that was not the case. So, yes, the climb to get to the skill level I'm at now was VERY REAL.
Emerging onto the scene from Boston, MA, artist/producer Clark Sage began his career as a result of a 9th grade science project. Now, at 22, he creates music that derives from experiences and moments of his life. Any set of circumstances may inspire different feelings in his music such as chill or jumpy or moving. The final product, however, is music that's original and memorable. His albums, "For Something Greater" & "The Modest Anomaly," are prime examples, ultimately leading his track "On The Road" to be featured on Pitchfork. For him, all steps are intended. Everything is envisioned. The future of Clark Sage is already written.