Described as a “genrefluid guitar led cut,” this song speaks on one main topic. That is, the song and its video speak well and are well-versed in the plight of an indie artist. We see Teezo as he would’ve been back in 2018 (still on the come up), struggling to balance trying to get on and his obligations outside of creativeness. I love the eclectic nature of the song, both instrumentally and vocally. It really helps set Teezo apart from some of his contemporaries. If you’re interested in hearing something unlike most of what you’ve heard before, check this one out and support dope music in all its forms.