Few and far between are R&B love songs with a feature. Call it egoism, homophobia, what you will. Normally, you get one epitome of masculinity singing his heart out against heartbreak and emotional breakdown. Two SoundCloud artists, singing together, while managing to sound cohesive, coherent, and on the same wavelength of general depression is quite a feat to achieve. Not technically, of course — I managed the same feat consistently back in my own SC collective days — but in terms of the truth that must be mustered to ask your homie to share your heartbreak on a song with you. It’s one path forward for those of you that are somewhat lost or have had your heart ripped to pieces. Call your closest homies. They’ll be there for you. Overall, nice production and lyrics.