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Keize Montoya Missed An Election Deadline, But Still Gets Inspirational With R&B Song "On My Way"

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R&B artist and Arizona transplant Keize Montoya is sticking to his musical moniker for his latest track, "On My Way."

The single, which dropped last week along with a new music video, takes a step away from the club bangers Montoya has been dishing out as of late for a more cheery piano and guitar-infused jam.

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"'On My Way' is a motivational and uplifting song about a variety of life experiences that listeners from all walks of life can relate to," Montoya says in a press release. "The message is clear that no matter what your struggles have been, you can leave your sorrows in the past and be on your way."

Montoya had hoped to release the political tune "Wake Up" in time for the elections earlier this month, but missed his deadline. Instead the song along with yet another video will be unveiled on November 23.

Until then check out the video for, "On My Way."

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