The underlying message of P aims to address the stigma associated with mental health and suicide by encouraging people from all walks of life to recognize that they are not alone and that it is a sign of strength to talk about their struggles. Friday, right? The new music you want? Well, we have it for you. But we hope that people all over the world, and not just in New Zealand, will listen and share with us I. P’ as a way to stimulate a discussion about mental health. After a brief stay in Australia, she moved to the UK at the end of 2018, where she worked as a freelance translator and interpreter before joining the Music Crowns team. Music Crowns is the global platform for the discovery of musical artists, the basic brand of the world’s best unsigned, independent and newly signed musical artists. With the title of the song, Kings uses the ubiquitous acronym and reimagines it to overcome suicidal thoughts, sleep well and rest in peace. After graduating from Waseda University in Tokyo with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Media, Nicole moved temporarily to Toronto, where she worked as a freelance for Drake’s OVO fashion brand in Japan. ‘R. I. P’ is now available from Arch Angel Records, King’s record company. For the song, Kings teamed up with Key To Life, a New Zealand support group. The phrase “I get lost and can’t find my way back” is a direct indication of how I felt at the time.