Los Angeles-based hip-hop artist — Cubgod — brings the heat with his latest slow-burner, “Wearing What I Want”. The track is a pleasurable buttery nightmare that ends with a see-saw chorus of fractal vocals.
Now let the bass fill your mind as you cruise around late at night through the bustling city — and as the swisher burns and fills your car up with smoke — may you ride softly into the midnight air, whispering tender words of nothing.
Cubgod’s “Wearing What I Want” is anchored down by a heavy bass-line — and held up by smooth vocals that seem to glide along the dark soundscape like a nocturnal spider monkey smearing its essence across the translucent skies.
Cubgod’s riveting track is a realistic metaphor — depicting the systems of thought that deter one from its wants and desires. That mental wall that seems to rear its ugly head every time you try to accomplish something. That voice in your head that says, “I don’t give a fuck, do what you want”…
“We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it is forever.” — Sagan