Even apart from its compositional intricacies and stylistic innovations, Foreverland is a triumph of resilience and empowerment. “What will be said when you’re gone?,” says Keyon. “If you’re not living life — getting beat up, getting your heart broken, winning, losing — what are you doing? What about your life can people learn from? If you don’t put yourself in the ring sometimes, there won’t be anything.” On Foreverland, Keyon takes life’s challenges head-on — and emerges, in both music and in life, with a renewed sense of purpose.