Annette Brown, Lifetime The story of June Carter Cash comes to life in the…
- Posted on Oct 7th 2009 12:00PM by Joshua Ostroff
His return to rhyming was notable for his newly serious worldview and brutally personal lyrics, an exercise in poetic self-awareness that came to a head on the sublimely sad song 'Nobody With a Notepad' from his album 'Let the Children Die.'
But though his lyrics paints a sardonic picture of himself as something of a loser, the song has just won the fourth annual ECHO Songwriting Prize, which includes bragging rights and a $5,000 purse.
"Being recognized for my songwriting feels great because it shows me I'm on the right road towards my goals," D-Sisive tells Spinner. "I don't want to be remembered for being a great MC. I want to be remembered for being a great songwriter. S---, I just want to be remembered."