SYDNEY, 30 OCTOBER 2020: Andre Cordova is an Australian-born, Peruvian, independent singer-songwriter with a knack for versatility. Based in Sydney, but raised in the Western Suburbs, it may seem an unlikely place to find someone who can croon alongside the likes of Michael Bublé and Frank Sinatra, or tap into his Latin roots with Spanish lyrics, let alone persevere in styles such as Pop, Rock, Alternative, Indie, Folk, EDM, Experimental, and a dash of Metal music. Now, inspired by the likes of NF, Andre has taken on Rap with his demonic new single 'I'll See You There'.
Cordova has officially entered the mainstream world of Trap/Rap music with an absolute banger of a song about the flaws of certain belief systems. Inspired by a conversation with an ex-classmate from primary school who reached out “to talk” a few months ago; Andre quickly realised that this boy had grown into a “total religious freak”, citing how this guy had attempted to manipulate, convert and save his soul from… eternal damnation, presumably. Why? Because he’s gay and apparently that shit doesn’t fly in the afterlife.
How does one react to being treated with such obvious and blatant disrespect? Andre took notes; “no identity”, “sick cult mentality”, “like a parrot” etc. He was both amused and fascinated by how this man was completely incapable of hearing reason, despite being presented in a calm, concise and polite manner. Combined with a history lesson regarding the murder of Hypatia and the way her death triggered the Dark Ages (again), we have an artist who cleverly focused his emotions toward the true cause of this disgusting, outdated behaviour – rather than wasting time on someone who will never awaken to reality.
At the end of the day, this song is the angry voice of the minority, a cumulative experience as the majority of people within the LGBT+ community have been forced to deal with this abusive nonsense for far too long. But let’s suppose this nutcase is right. What on Earth happens if Andre Alberto Cordova Villegas is sent to hell after a long, lavish life of impropriety, indecency, and sodomy?!
Well, to be blunt; “I’ll see you there.”