Young Misery K has been on my radar for a few months. The LA-based artist first made her way onto SOTB with her song “F*** Fear, which was featured in Vol. 18 of Quickies. Since then, she’s been relatively quiet until hitting my line this afternoon with “Lost and Found.” A quickish track about some of the things that stress her out, stress out people like her and the fact that she’s found a home “with this music sh*t.” I’m here for the production, which, like “F Fear,” has a Drake-esque feel to it. Lyrically, she’s vulnerable in a way we’d get from a late-era blog rap darling (think like a Blu, KRIT, Spitta, Big Sean–those types). It’s a bit refreshing because, as someone who grew up as a human and artist in the late-2000s/early-to-mid 2010s, I’ve got a soft spot for artists who take me back to that time. Check out “Lost and Found,” put it in your playlists and support dope music in all its forms.