goodboy noah described “Buggin'” as a track that’s “about when your girl is playing with your emotions, with no regard to your underlying mental health issues.” That sort of toxicity is the sort I like to combat anyway I can.
It doesn’t hurt that “Buggin'” reminds me of a mix between early Justin Timberlake and Mac Ayres. It’s a catchy song that also manages to discuss mental health without beating listeners over the head. It’s a bop, but it’s a bop with purpose. noah’s vocal’s are smooth and silky, as if he stepped out of the ’90s into the 2020s. The video delves into the mental health issues a bit more, with rapid cuts and closeups aplenty. Check out “Buggin'” below and remember to support dope music in all its forms.