Stubblefield releases first music album to wide audience

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"Worth the Fight" is available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon.

“Worth the Fight” is available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon.

High school students express themselves in many different ways whether it be through art or dance or anything that makes them unique. Senior Morgan Stubblefield shows it through music, and recently released an album.

Stubblefield’s album “Worth the Fight” was released across music services on Aug. 26.

“I wanted to release my work on a larger scale because people online, and some people in our school, wanted to buy my music,” Stubblefield said. “Putting an album out also shows producers and other people in the industry that I am serious about my work.”

She said the album is a story that has different parts and the title “Worth the Fight” represents her battle with depression.

“I snuck the phrase ‘Worth the Fight’ into half of the songs because those three words have so much meaning,” Stubblefield said.

Stubblefield said she is most like Taylor Swift when it comes to writing her music because she writes about people and what they have done to her.

“My biggest influence for my album was the people in my life, whether it be good or bad,” Stubblefield said. “Music is my outlet and my feelings show through the lyrics.”

Although the lyrics may come easily for Stubblefield, the process of getting the music out is a bit more complicated.

“You have to pay a small fee to a music distributor. I personally used Tune Core because their prices are cheaper than most and they do a lot of the work for you,” Stubblefield said. “They also distribute to a a lot of music outlets.”

Stubblefield believes that everyone should listen to her music because it is relatable, inspirational, and unique. She also plans to never stop making music.

“I plan on making music for the rest of my life,” Stubblefield said. “It’s such a good outlet for me and I love the idea of sharing it with others. It’s my passion and will always be my passion.”

You can listen to the album on Spotify, or buy the album on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, and other music stores. Prices vary from $8.99 to $9.90.

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