Lais x Skizzy Mars - For You (Remix)

Posted 2 years ago
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Booth readers, I’ve got a little surprise For You. OK, it’s basically the same thing we give you on the daily—new music from talented emerging artists—but I think y’all will agree that this cut, the debut feature from T-Dot crooner Lais, is something special. Here, esta‘s smooth synths set the mood as Penthouse Music‘s newest signee reflects on his inability to tolerate monogamy with a mixture of guilt and matter-of-factness. Newly added for the official remix, Manhattan buzzmaker Skizzy Mars showcases his game-spitting abilities on verse two. A snippet of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman discussing death and aging lends a touch of darkness to the record. For You (Remix) isn’t part of a larger set, but we’ll keep you posted on this promising up-and-comer’s plans as we learn more.

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