I Think I'll Keep You
In some historical points of view, music has been used as a tool for artists to fight against the prejudice of color, gender, nationality, age, income difference, social status, etc. And to express one's justification of existence based on those. However, some in our generation have been taught - by the (so-called) "winners" - that the happiness can only be measured by being ahead of others. They now seem lost, unable to find themselves. An Emotional Intelligence gleams through the music of Amanda Monaco and appears to be the sacred message to the "lost" generation. Braced with her musical knowledge and experience, she stays true to the world she captures through her senses by reflecting her femininity, sensuality, and her sense of humor in the music that only she can crystallize.