When it comes to the feel of the vocals and the bouncey nature of the beat, this actually sounds like Erykah meets KAYTRA kind of vibe.
I really enjoyed how straightforward Nana's lyrics are and how her voice effortlessly floats over the comforting synths. I can't neglect to mention how elegantly the bass jives with the swing of the drums, especially with the inclusion of the vibrant percussion peppered throughout the track.
How it came about felt almost seamless; a couple of my homies started producing the track before I even stepped foot in the studio, and the lyrics came almost instantly. There wasn't really much of a science when it came to the songwriting – I just wanted it to stick