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Alyshen released his debut album, The Revolution of Me in 2010. The seventeen-track album exemplifies his experience in various musical styles, containing elements of timeless soul, r&b, dance and euro-pop. The tracks represent the essence of Alyshen's chameleon-like ability to transverse styles. Alyshen explains the album's title as his own revolution in creativity and perception of the world. He elaborates, "The album was a result of my unexpected discovery of different aspects of my consciousness."
Melodic and addictive compositions pervade the album. There are slow romantic ballads such as "U Give Good Love," as well as tech-based dance tracks such as "Betty." Alyshen's vocals in "Made Me Cry" display his vibrato and perfect pitch. The Revolution of Me holds true to Alyshen's global awareness with a variety of genres and additional bonus tracks in both Japanese and Russian. Within his debut album, Alyshen successfully blended a complex amalgam of musical genres - something that is difficult to do for even seasoned artists. The Revolution of Me stands as a testament to the value of Alyshen's global connection and experience.