The simplest way to describe “Smile” is that it’s inspirational trap. It takes some influences from the Lil Babies and Roddy Ricches of the world with its melody and its lyrical content. It’s positive but infectious at the same time, walking that fine line between radio-ready and street-friendly. The song is great and delves a bit into mental health awareness without being blunt about it. Sometimes, the best attacks against the negatives in life are the roundabout ones. Check out “Smile” below and remember to support dope music in all its forms.