Let Daddy Explain
MTV and BET banned the video. Female programming directors refused to allow their radio station DJ's to play the song. But the viewers of the video - male and female - have unanimously shown an appreciation for the song 'Let Daddy Explain' by Chas Bronxson. And now, for the first time, the song is available via Digital Download!! Chas has put together one of the most compelling songs to deal with relationships in years - major or independent. A song that honestly explores the drama that usually follows an inevitable break up, and a video that offers women an opportunity to see how things in such a relationship, look from the man's point of view. But more than that, the video depicts just how parents can be so wrapped in their anger toward their spouse, and never once consider the sadness of their child who is right there in the middle of it all. Also, for the fathers who find it difficult to put the words together, the lyrical content of the song provides an excellent template of what fathers can say to 'break the ice' as they re-enter their children's lives. The video covers so much in the 6 minutes and 20 some seconds that it runs. If you haven't seen the video - see it at Launch.com. (Just video search for the title 'Let Daddy Explain'). The CD is enhanced, containing the complete, mastered audio version of the song and the unedited video which can be seen in any computer. (Compatible with both PC and Mac computers, laptops, etc.). And via Digital Download, a special R&B remix is now available!! Chas has been featured on radio shows such as WLIB (NY) with Dahved Levy and Ann Tripp; KISS FM's 'Open Line' (NY); WWRL with Dr. Jeff Gardere (from Sister 2 Sister Magazine); Hot 97's 'Street Soldiers' with Lisa Evers (NY), WHUR (Howard University radio in Washington, DC) with Audrey Chapman (author and relationship therapist) and several underground video shows in America and Canada. And acclaimed author Michael Baisden is the latest to feature this project (the R&B remix) on his #1 nationally syndicated radio show 'Love Lust and Lies'!! The song is a nice song during Father's Day, as it can convince women to give their fathers a chance to be a part of their lives after all, before it's too late.