Brockton, MA artist Cadet hit my inbox a few days ago with this one. As I’m just one man–and, as such, things sometimes slow when I’m not 100%–I’m just getting to it now. Apologies in advance. However, it’s something that pulls positive energy from the death of XXXTentacion and asks listeners to “think for [themselves].” The short interlude features bars over a dreamy instrumental, produced by fellow Brockton native Isaiah Valmont. It’s relentless in its approach to embrace free thought (and no, not the Kanye brand of “free thought,” either), but still feels like it’d be at home in the early 2000s with its wordplay and flow. Check it out below and remember to support dope music in all its forms.