Megan Wallace’s ‘2 Of Us’: A Contemporary Voice Of Music And Kindness

Recording artist releases new song, lives life helping others

FFO: Modern Pop

An expertly played strummed guitar runs through “2 Of Us” from Megan Wallace, as the artist provides a variety of vocal textures, achieving an impressive performance. Production lends toward the listening experience, which adds another reason for recognition of the music. Outside the recording studio, as an ambassador for the non-profit Positively Arts, Wallace’s humanitarian concerns are quite clear. Meanwhile, the music video for Megan Wallace’s “2 Of Us” is a YouTube winner. There is more.

The song “2 Of Us” is a success for a number of reasons.

Megan Wallace’s delivery soon takes hold of the 2:27 track before the singer moves on to higher ground during the verses. A welcoming voice and attitude add to the artist’s musical accessibility and distinction. Available now and an original song, add excellent composition and a stylish melody to the mix for the “2 Of Us.” In addition, watching the track’s accompanying YouTube video, a stark white background adds a just-the artist-and-her-song kind of feeling, authentic and passionate.

Beyond the music, Megan Wallace lives a life of kindness and consideration. Adding to the artist’s career at Positively Arts, Wallace lends support to organizations such as the World Central Kitchen, a not-for-profit providing meals in the aftermath of a natural disaster. In fact, Wallace recently travelled to New Orleans for a show, where a firsthand encounter with Hurricane Ida sparked the impetus of a strengthened awareness and compassion.

“2 Of Us” written by Megan Wallace; produced by Robbie Dean for OC Hit; Video by Dani Thompson; Studio – OC Hit.

For more about Megan Wallace, please visit the artist’s official site.



Paul Wolfle, the publisher of, is a web-based journalist who has written for several popular sites. Paul has a passion for connecting with a diversity of musicians who are looking to grow a positive presence on the World Wide Web.


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