Supa Bwe - Breakfast & Chill Feat. Mick Jenkins [New Song]

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Supa Bwe and Mick Jenkins deliver a sublime track.

Supa Bwe is back with a new song “Breakfast & Chill,” with a feature from his frequent collaborator and fellow Chicago native Mick Jenkins. The track is an almost-love song, but not necessarily your traditional version of one. The track focuses on the little things that people do when they need each other, not the extended commitment that love songs usually imply.

Shepard produced the wavy instrumental, an atmospheric construction of bass, mid-tempo trap snares, and distorted samples. Mick Jenkins hops on the song at about the three minute mark, delivering an extended verse. It’s a dope, sublime track, whether or not you have a lady (or fella) to share it with.

Quotable Lyrics

Can I come over, can I come crash?
can I come over, would you be down with that?
I been on the road, I'm finally home
I know that I'm late calling back, but I'm calling back
Can I come over, can I come chill?
I'll keep it will if you will, I can promise that

- Supa Bwe

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Breakfast & Chill

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User  Rating:
very hottttt
87% (36)
Rate it!
audience rating
27 VERY HOTTTTT
4 HOTTTTT
2 MEH
1 NOT FEELING IT
2 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
87% (36)

Supa Bwe and Mick Jenkins deliver a sublime track.


Supa Bwe is back with a new song “Breakfast & Chill,” with a feature from his frequent collaborator and fellow Chicago native Mick Jenkins. The track is an almost-love song, but not necessarily your traditional version of one. The track focuses on the little things that people do when they need each other, not the extended commitment that love songs usually imply.

Shepard produced the wavy instrumental, an atmospheric construction of bass, mid-tempo trap snares, and distorted samples. Mick Jenkins hops on the song at about the three minute mark, delivering an extended verse. It’s a dope, sublime track, whether or not you have a lady (or fella) to share it with.

Quotable Lyrics

Can I come over, can I come crash?
can I come over, would you be down with that?
I been on the road, I'm finally home
I know that I'm late calling back, but I'm calling back
Can I come over, can I come chill?
I'll keep it will if you will, I can promise that

- Supa Bwe

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