McClenney Gets Fired Up on “Kerosene”

McClenney wanted to write a political song but one that was “in your face.” On “Kerosene,” off his upcoming project, the Maryland-bred singer, songwriter and producer plays with the metaphor for accepting, or not accepting, responsibility.  “Kerosene is this colorless liquid that’s obviously flammable, but not quite as much as gasoline or petroleum,” says McClenney. […]

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