Mitchell Coleman Jr.’s new song, “Rising,” is about to hit the airwaves in January 2026, and it’s got everyone curious. Coleman shared that this song came from a tough time in his life.
He said, “This song tells the story of getting through tough times. It’s for people who keep on going, no matter what.”
Coleman is known for playing the bass guitar really well. He explained how he creates music, starting with a beat that guides how the bass guitar sounds. Then, he works with other musicians who add their own sounds to make the music richer.
“Rising” mixes different kinds of music, like Smooth Jazz and funk, showing Coleman’s own special style. He says, “Funk is how I express myself, and Jazz is where I take a musical trip.”
Coleman worked with a producer named Michael B Sutton and some talented musicians to make this song special. They all played different instruments to make the music stand out:
- Keyboard: Michael B. Sutton and Hiroshi Upshur
- Guitar: Josh Sklair
- Saxophone: Ilya Skibinsky
- Mixed and Mastered by Chris Valentine
The title, “Rising,” talks about being strong and staying hopeful. Coleman faced some tough times while making this song, but he didn’t give up. He hopes this song makes people feel happy and ready to dance.
Coleman feels this song has helped him get better at making music. He’s planning to share it a lot and maybe do more music soon.
If you want a sneak peek, you can hear “Rising” on Coleman’s YouTube channel: Mitchell Coleman Jr – YouTube
The title “Rising” itself carries a powerful message of hope and perseverance. “This song is an inspiration for those that think they are alone. You are not. Keep on keeping on and I will see you on the other side,” Mitchell Coleman Jr.
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Mitchell Coleman Jr. – Rising