Wil May - Maybe Love

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Wil May
Album:
The College Memoirs: Frat House. Trap House

Nearly four months after the arrival of Wil May‘s acclaimed Booth debut, What You Waiting For, fans in the Booth may be starting to wonder what he‘s waiting for. Well, those starving for new tunes will be happy to hear that the Grand Hustle signee’s back on our front page – with an exclusive world premiere in tow! Mixtape single Maybe Love finds the Michigan-bred, ATL-based up-and-comer head-over-heels for the fast life whose perks he’s just begun to enjoy, struggling to decide whether he’s driven by love or simply the lust for more. Once again, May showcases the full range of his talents, crafting a synth-driven four-on-the-floor backdrop for his chronicles of first-class flights, long nights on the town, and whirlwind romances with all manner of lovely ladies (including “Greek b*tches with the baba ganoush.”); he even tops it off with a little studio-assisted singing. If this up-and-comer’s skill and versatility leaves you weak in the knees, you’ll be happy to hear that more new music is on its way. The College Memoirs: Frat House, Trap House is scheduled to hit the ‘net in May.

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