Interview With KingComeBack
King Comeback: Redefining Disability
“We’re all Kings/Queens, I just wear my crown” King Comeback said as he was being interviewed. It is this statement, aside from his crown, that differentiates him from others. He is adamant about helping others overcome their struggles and bringing out the best in themselves. King Comeback has conquered his own demons of depression, self doubt, and fear. Himself being paraplegic, he wants to help others by spreading his story of determination and dedication.
King Comeback. brings awareness to people with disabilities and survivors of gun violence. He does this by bringing people into his world through his music. His debut song “So Sexy” talks about his interactions with women and dating. “B.Y.T” (B*tch You Thought) expresses his frustration with being underestimated due to his disability. “Come and Go” talks about depression and dealing with loss. Songs like “Victory Snap” talk about how gun violence affects his community and culture at large.
He also uses his music to change the way people associate and interact with people with disabilities. He says, “Everyone has a disability, mine is just visible. We should learn how to accept one another for our differences versus using them to alienate each other. Everybody wants to belong and feel included in. something.” He believes that everyone has a right to feel comfortable in their own skin while pursuing their brand of happiness and greatness.
King Comeback says, “I want to help people believe in their own potential by listening to my music and hearing my story.” He has made helping others his life’s aspiration. “Music is my rehab and therapy,” King Comeback stated, “It not only helps me, but I would like to believe that it helps those who hear it as well.
King Comeback says, “Everybody has obstacles they must overcome, sometimes it’s themselves, thinking they can’t do whatever for whatever reason. I believe not only that I can do anything I set my mind to, but I can help others feel that way as well.” While being interviewed, King Comeback was asked why he wears a crown. He says, “It matches the throne” referring to his wheelchair. This type of humor is riddled throughout his music, making light of his less than ideal circumstances. He has a positive outlook on life and feels that he is destined to serve people. His positive vibe is contagious to those around him.
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