Brent Faiyaz’s new album, Wasteland is lastly right here. Following a five-year wait since dropping Sonder Son and two years for the reason that launch of Fuck The World, there’s been heavy anticipation for the album. Songs like “Wasted Time” ft. Drake and The Neptunes and the Tyler, The Creator-assisted, “Gravity,” the sluggish rollout has constructed up excessive expectations that he delivered on along with his newest opus.
On the second tune on the tracklist, “Unfastened Change,” Brent Faiyaz approaches the luxurious, minimal manufacturing, dealt with by Jordan Ware, No I.D. Paperboy Fabe, and Raphael Saadiq, with a chip on his shoulder, addressing the supposed lies of a former lover and why they regularly butt-heads. Faiyaz could be recognized for his “poisonous” lyrics but it surely’s the intimacy in his writing that enables for moments like “Unfastened Change” to really stand out throughout Wasteland.
Try the tune beneath and pontificate along with your ideas within the feedback.
You wanna be my equal, you will not even do the half
This shit do not add up, no, you do not even know the maths
It ain’t even the half, who stated it is gon’ even final?