Phabo has shared another new single, “Casamigos,” co-produced by Eric Hudson, Phillip C. Lewis and Ezzra.
Over a thick bassline and fuzzy drums, Phabo works through assorted superficial feelings, which involves him sipping crisp tequila and making bedroom magic with a specific interest.
Singing intimately, Phabo paints clouded images of desire aided by liquor courage.
“Casamigos had me telling you to come over here / Had me there for you like you need a friend / Had me asking you if you need a man / Acting like a pornstar again,” he sings.
“When I wrote ‘Casamigos,’ it was a song meant to embody the emotion of a bittersweet companionship,” Phabo explains. “It’s about losing something you’re not sure is worth chasing. Then taking on this false sense of control once reacquired, knowing that time and experiences have transpired between both you and your old flame. ‘Casamigos’ is every bad decision’s accountability partner.”
The latter track was initially released as a COLORS performance last fall. The official studio version was released in March.
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Stream Phabo’s new song “Casamigos” below.