On “Jack and Jill,” Sydney artist Stef Radz gives listeners a conceptual story about the way our society chases highs these days. Kids are often grown up before their time, because of society’s perceptions and kids wanting to be adults (for whatever reason). That’s not to say it’s all about society screwing with the young. However, when you’ve got young folks out here looking strung out because they’re chasing their highs (be they emotional, medicinal or sexual), there’s a problem at the core of things. Radz doesn’t claim to have all the answers, but he tries to detail some of the problems in an effort to
I like the boombap approach Radz took on this one because it gives the messages on the song a more classic feel to them. Check out the song above and remember to support dope music in all its forms. Finally, if you’re just looking for highs, you should reevaluate your life choices and stay in your lane versus trying to go into another that isn’t exactly your speed. It’s better to grow slow than to grow too fast and burn out quickly.