On The Dope Boyz-produced track, the D.C. rhymer dedicates a slew of bars to his special lady: “Pretty young girl/ Toast for you and I,” he spits. “This one’s for you/ I just wanna see you shine.” He also croons on the hook “I wanna love you, pretty young thing,” a nod to the King of Pop’s 1982 Thriller classic “P.Y.T.”
Folarin recently explained returning to his melodic talents for his forthcoming studio effort Shine in a recent interview with Billboard. “It’s a little bit more melody and shit ’cause I been on some, like, I don’t want to call nobody to do my hooks no more,” he said. “I want to do it myself but just as an evolution as an artist.”
Shine, the follow-up to his chart-topping 2015 LP The Album About Nothing, is due this fall via Maybach Music Group/Atlantic Records.