I enjoyed this one because of its dark undercurrent. “Zooted” seems like a chill romp through getting high, initially. However, once you peel back its multiple layers, you get a song that speaks on “existential angst and gender identity.” It’s jazz-rap at its best, in my opinion. That’s because it uses the medium to speak on a lot of issues and gets very, very vulnerable. If you need some hip-hop-tinged music that isn’t afraid to expand horizons and test boundaries, while being very emotional, I think this’ll be your jam. It’s a groovy track that lets you know what Oddity is going through as a human. Check it out below and support dope music in all its forms. Also, if you love the realness spat on this one, check out Oddity’s Oddisea, Part 2.