Someone has finally made a track out of the post-internet catch-all, “#icanteven”—and, surprisingly, it’s not a parody.
The indie group and the Moroccan rapper aim for Weeknd vibes with their late-night scorned song about a woman who cheated on her man. The NeighboUrhood approaches the song’s hooks with a glazed-over falsetto, while Montana steps in with a quick-fire verse.
“30 for the whole, 15 for the half / You could break it down come and see me with a bag,” he raps. “Say what I mean not mean what I said baby/ Silk sheets I be slippin’ off the bed baby.”
Hear the song, which contains explicit language, here.
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