A very mellow and soulful record, Marc Broussard returns with his signature blues and soul meets pop meets southern rock and country sounds. Now, that's a lot to mix together, but in his gumbo, it all fits and tastes well together. The lead single "Hurricane Heart" actually dips a bit into all of those genres, setting the stage for what's to come on the other eleven tracks. The album takes you up and down through different tempos and moods, but the entire record is as chill and fun and heartfelt as the cover art depicts. It's entirely about life, and living, and a life worth living as the title suggests. Other standout tracks are the very bluesy "Dyin' Man" and the soulful centerpiece of the record "Man Ain't Supposed To Cry." Broussard reminds us on this album why we all gave him a shot as he brought us a very new look at the music that can come from his home state of Louisiana. This entire record is a testament to the state, the soul of the artistry that comes from the bayou, and Broussard's many musical faces.