I Can't Feel A Thing

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"I Can't Feel A Thing"
Single-I Can't Feel A Thing.jpg
Song by Judison
Recorded January 14, 2021
Producer Mike Shinoda

"I Can't Feel A Thing" is a song by UK rapper and singer Judison that was produced by Mike Shinoda as a part of his ShinodaProduceMe initiative.

Background

"I Can't Feel A Thing" was produced live on Twitch by Mike Shinoda on January 27 and 28, 2021. The original piano and vocal demo had two verses and a chorus without any real structure to it. Mike commented, “He’s [Judison] got his concept, he knows what his song is about, he’s got a hook, I like the hook, it’s very simple, and I want to be able to play with it and make more out of it.”[1]

On February 12, Judison announced a February 26th release date for the finished track along with a preview on Instagram. He wrote: “This is one of my favorite songs I've ever written and it really has been a real life dream come true to be produced by Mike and I'm so incredibly thankful for the opportunity and to connect with all of you! To my newest gang members, I'm so happy ur here and I love you so much. Thank you all for the continued love and support you show me you have NO idea how happy I am to have you here with me. We all go through it, we're all constantly tryna figure out why and what we are doing here on this planet.. But here we are, everyday pulling each other up and out of the trenches.... I wrote this song from an extremely painful place in my life, at a time where I was completely numb and pretty lost. While I'm here I'm gonna remind you that you are meant to be who you are, or you would have been born as someone else, so be you, fuckin own that shit, and never back down from what you believe in. So with all that said, the song will be out on the 26th February. I hope you love it as much as I do.”[2]

Release

Versions

Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
I Can't Feel A Thing

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