Mazyn Presents the Anti-ghosting Anthem “High Hopes”

It’s cliched to say, but we’ve all been here before. We’ve started to like and crush on someone. We think everything’s cool and things are progressing nicely. And then, out of the blue, they disappear without a trace. Some go as far as to gaslight you and make you think you were the cause of the ghosting. I hate being ghosting and make it a duty in any situation I’m in to never ghost someone.

Mazyn’s “High Hopes” plays like an anti-ghosting anthem. That’s because it is. The funky track features the Canadian singer/songwriter lamenting over what could’ve been and what should’ve gone down (after the woman he liked wasn’t feeling him anymore). I love the ‘80s feel on this one, as it’s just done well versus sounding like a cheap imitation. The way the brother floats over the production while still sounding very powerful and emotive is impressive in my book. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying ghosts (especially women) have to give a reason, but I do feel it’s common courtesy. I’m old-school like that.

Check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.

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