The jazzy touch in his instrumentation and the sharp lyrics flowing in the golden age East coast style is what makes the New York native Marlon Craft unique. The hip hop artist grew up in a musical family and had been absorbing the rhythms since a young age.
"I Still Don't Cry" is a melancholy tune. He reflects on the human experience as someone who tries to pour his feeling and tears out. Trying to be better. "I still don't cry enough/I still be tryin' be tough" - we're all human, and we all feel pain, and it's is perfectly okay.