Nate Good - Drunk Tears

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Scotty Muzik
Album:
Black Trucks

When you can’t be with the one you love, alcohol often seems like a quick fix. Sometimes a few beers or cocktails will chase away the blues, but just as often they’ll exacerbate your condition and you’ll end up sobbing into your pillow. On his latest single, DMV buzzmaker Nate Good feels a pang of sympathy as he imagines an ex-girl doing just that while thinking of him: “I hate the thought of you just drownin’ in your Drunk Tears.” Scotty Muzik handles production duties, turning in a vocal-sampled beat that seems to “weep” right along with the shawty in question. Like what you’re hearing? More fresh tunes await on Nate Good’s Black Trucks LP, available now for free download via Audiomack.

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