6LACK's darkest hour has been channeled into song. "Switch" premiered on Joe Budden's podcast yesterday, and is available in international markets, making way for a U.S. release at the stroke of midnight. The R&B singer cries foul on a relationship that brought him to the brink of despair.
On "Switch" 6LACK loves so hard it pushes him to a point of obsessive. Obsessive relationships are obviously enjoyable until they peter out. 6LACK promises to catch a body id he finds his sweatheart "Switching" up on him. The singer previewed the single yesterday in a social media post where he certainly looked the part of stoned face villain.
"Switch" marks the first single in 6LACK's catalog since the release of "Cutting Ties" a song which kind of fell out of sequential order. In "Cutting Ties" 6LACK breaks free of commitments, whereas on "Switch" he regressed into a violent storm. It's safe to say, 6LACK is not a "good man" the likes of which Ne-Yo would like to see pepper the scene.
Sentimentalism is a dead art form.
So tell me lies, tell me lies, tell me lies
You and I rather die, you and I
Entertain these other bitches and now we're not
Entertain these other n***** should know that
If i give you my heart, would you hold that?
Would you put it on safe or would you fold that?
If I find out you cheating then just know that