Careful Clay enrolls Saba for “Weird Love,” the most recent single from his forthcoming collection “Empty Love.”
Mindful Clay has come through with his new single “Bizarre Love,” enrolling Chicago lyricist Saba for the help. Set to show up on his forthcoming collection Deadpan Love, which lands on June 25th, the track joins beforehand delivered tracks “Out of control fire,” “Karma and Friends,” “Roots,” “Biting the dust In The Subtlety,” and “Pleasant.”
Musically, the track is a much needed refresher from Cautious, whose melodic slashes sparkle brilliantly close by Saba’s guaranteed bars. “Yet, they deal with me like a divine being, deal with me like a scalawag,” he raps, after Clay holds it down. “Cause I’m that ni*ga everyone wanna get with/So long as my garments match the pop melody’s depiction/We flipped around stores, put the tires on the roof.”
“This tune is about the push and pull of personality in late private enterprise,” says Cautious, in a public statement. “We’re continually told we need x, y or z to tell the world what our identity is, immersed with data about what the best in class and coolest is. I love design and garments and assembling them to transmit myself to the world, however some of the time it’s difficult to isolate what I like based on the thing I’m being advised to like. I believe it’s a battle heaps of individuals can identify with.”
Look at “Unusual Love” presently, and search for Cautious Clay to convey his impending collection Deadpan Love on June 25th.