Che Lingo Taps Kojey Radical For ‘Dark Days’
Che Lingo Kojey Radical Dark Days: Che Lingo has gained notoriety for himself as an imposing lyricist in the brief timeframe since he previously began getting consideration for his intriguing music.
His single “My Block,” wherein he addresses an occurrence of police brutality that left a dear friend brain-damaged, got traction in London’s Black Lives Matter protests this summer and gathered a spot on the NBA 2K21 soundtrack.
He gets back with “Dark Days,” an exquisitely produced track with Kojey Radical in which the two think about their relationships and botched chances to show love.
“This song is a self-prescribed therapy session,” he said in a statement about the song. “Growing up and getting into dating and experiencing things as a young black male, I realized I had nothing to go on relationship-wise because my household wasn’t nuclear.”
Over a loosening up harp circle, sumptuous strings, and a rich warm bassline, the two exorcize their devils as they promise to improve the situation for the uncommon ladies in their lives.
Listen to ‘Dark Days’ below.
You wanna talk about Black love, I ain’t really got examples
I was raised by my nana cause my mom was on the roads getting money with a sharp tool
Funny how I probably developed a couple scars too
Firstborn, I was whiter than the milk man, daddy was a dark horse
So when he never came back with the blue cap, it proved the capacity for love was only half full
Took her for a drink on Tuesday, now I dodge her but I know it isn’t artful
You know women got a sixth sense, so there really isn’t putting nothing past you
Yo what’s that little feeling in your heart called when you wanna tell her but don’t really wanna argue