DEHH Premiere- Rah Zen: “Tree of Life”

DEHH Premiere- Rah Zen: “Tree of Life”


Boston producer Rah Zen is getting set to release his instrumental album “Midnight Satori” in April. Satori is a Japanese word meaning ‘sudden awakening’ and to introduce us to that idea I have the first single from the project “Tree of Life”.

Genuinely fitting as we begin our week, the track definitely exudes life. Off top, Rah Zen doesn’t just provide us with a simple loop, but a progression of sound that builds on itself. This isn’t a banger meant for your weekend house party but rather something to relax and meditate to. Either way Rah Zen is taking us to a different space than the one we’re currently in with “Tree of Life”. Stream it below, peep the visuals and get ready for “Midnight Satori” which drops in April.

[Tree of Life] out now on my soundcloud! Go bump that and feel the literal warmth it produces! The journey of Midnight Satori begins here. I invite you all to take this ride with me into my cosmic dream world. ????? {Artwork by @metasonik} LINK IN MY BIO ///////////////////// Repost from Saturday: This is the first ‘single’ off my project Midnight Satori dropping in April. In the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, Satori, a Japanese word meaning sudden awakening, is similar to the Hebrew word Chokmah, which is Divine wisdom, the flash of revelation, inspiration and divine insight that can radically change your world in an instant. The Tree of Life as a whole is an ancient tool for depicting the Creation of the universe on every level. It is an unrestricted framework for understanding human ascension. Each branch represents a part of ourselves that must be cultivated in order to reach our highest self and oneness with YHWH, God. For love and growth, L’chaim! ???????

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