Co-written by Daniel Church, this caught-up track is a mélange of gently contagious vocals and bass guitar grooves that float effortlessly across a hip-hop surface. The song’s lyrical content describes an undefined relationship between Wrice and her on-wax partner.
It appears their connection isn’t going any further than the lovemaking zone, which isn’t all Wrice wants for them. When she introduces talks of turning their thing serious, he throws her off her game and does all the things to “keep her going.”
Gibbs rhymes smoothly over the beat, explaining why he’s not interested in making him and his short-term girl exclusive.
Arriving on March 19 via Sony Music’s The Orchard, Overgrown is guided by executive producer D’Mile. It includes the previously released “So So Sick” and “Falling In Love,” which first appeared on Lucky Daye’s latest project, Table For Two.
In addition to Daye and Gibbs, Overgrown is loaded with additional contributions from familiar names like Kaytranada, Masego, UMI, Westside Gunn, and Devin Morrison.
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