One thing that Canada still, to me, doesn’t get enough credit for is creating some soulful singers. Even if they’re scattered around genres, Canada’s got some beautiful voices. Lydia Persaud keeps that sound and movement going with her new song “Good For Us.” Sonically, it reminds me of Amy Winehouse’s first album (my personal favorite of the two she released while she was here) mixed with some ’70s soul.
In other words, if you’re in the mood for rich vocals, bluesy boombap production and songwriting that details the human condition through the lens of love and if sweeping clarity under the rug for the sake of love is a good thing or not? Yeah, this is for you. If you want a song that’s about moving on and growing, this one’s also for you. This song is slated to appear on Persaud’s Moody31 album, which is due out later this year. I’m excited for it, for sure. Thanks to the great people at AuteurResearch for hitting my line with this one. If you’re intrigued, hit that play button below and support dope music in all its forms.