In their latest cut, duo Audio Push has crafted a track that breaks down the idea of the generational curse, exploring the difficulties of being raised as a black man in America, as illustrated in the visual teaser that accompanied the track on social media.https://twitter.com/_/status/1119969415338942465
"PTSD" marks the first loose drop from Audio Push since the arrival of the pair's Audio Mars full-length project at the top of the year. Per usual, Price handles production on this one as the Cali-bred tag team trade off lines that sandwich a powerful hook: "We made it out the 90s/And they was raised by the crack kids/So, it's pop music for them other kids/And PTSD for the black kids.
Don't stop if you gon' play with me
Don't call if you won't lay with me
Don't come if you won't stay for me
Don't clap if you ain't pray for me