Boundaries and restrictions don’t exist on the sinuously seductive track, which produced by Los Hendrix (SZA, Brent Faiyaz). Phabo explicitly states his feelings as he ensures his lady that she is the only one for him.
“It’s getting slippery / Like water running through my hands / Gotta rush, gotta rush, gotta rush / Down La Brea / Just pick up your intercom when I pull up,” he sings on the hook.
“‘Slippery’ was something I was excited to do because male duets seem to be a thing of the past,” Phabo shared in a statement. “I wanted to bring that back to life one time and felt that Destin was the perfect R&B fit to get it done.”
The new song is Phabo’s first since last year’s “LNF,” produced by Louie Lastic. He also dropped the song “Anxiety” in May 2020.
Stream “Slippery” featuring Destin Conrad below.