Very literally, the rapper reminds us on this track that there is always a reason to smile, as he praises and sends good vibes over a groovy instrumental. Wale handles the hook and delivers some heavy bars before he passes off the final verse to Phil Ade. These two really do their thing on track all while motivating you to do yours and go out and get it with a smile on your face.
The track itself also serves as a coming out party for Phil Ade who recently became the first artist signed to Wale's Every Blue Moon imprint.
Check out the new track from these Every Blue Moon representatives and be on the lookout for new music from Wale and Phile Ade in 2017.
The Alt Rights hate us
Some back baby mommas hate us
We only learn half of the drama, other side crazy
On behalf of Charlamange I'm sure he ain't trading sides
Maybe I should meet Tami Lauren, I'll Lauryn Hill her