RA-SHWN Presents “Pretending,” A Song About Relationships and Falling Too Deep

This one gives me Bryson Tiller vibes, down to the subject matter. RA-SHWN’s “Pretending” delves into people falling too deep, too fast and wanting to fall back while also still keep pushing forward. From a background standpoint, the song stems from RA-SHWN’s dealing with a relationship and realizing that he wanted more out of his life than just to be a partner in crime. In fact, he wanted to pursue a career in music and felt that his relationship was distracting him from his goals. I’ve never had that experience because every person I’ve been serious about has let me cook–even if they didn’t outright support it. That said, I empathize with RA-SHWN’s story because we all go through moments where we find ourselves wondering if what we’re doing now is conducive to what we want to do in the future. Check out the track and remember to support dope music in all its forms.

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