If we take off our pink sunglasses, reality will inevitably sink in. In love, this oftentimes means pain, and that is exactly what Lo’renzo To’rez sings about. His “Closing The Door” is the cry of a soul struggling to accept the reality of a hurtful relationship that has come to an end. “Closing The Door” was recorded in Randy Jackson's studio in California in collaboration with Brett Pemberton and Rachel Maloney. Always emotional and authentic, the artist is on top of his game with hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of streams.
“Live Again” builds on the foundation of the previous song, finally accepting the reality and deciding to move on independently, to his fans’ content. About the two songs the Ohio artist said in an interview with BuzzMusic: “The record was definitely inspired by my real life situations, just being fed up with being let down in love and you just let go, you shut down and say ‘hey I’m done and finished, no more, I’m going to do me and just be alone!’ and I think that's why the listeners relate to it because it’s so real and relatable, which is always the kinda music I want to continue to deliver!”