With newfound money, Hoosh‘s new song “22 Solace” details the downfalls of paper chasing. On the track, the Miami/Sudan-raised rapper explores the perils of excessive drug use and disappointing relationships that all stem from the money he’s earned.
“Blazing all occasions my addiction’s on the rise I don’t see the bullshit cause I slanted out my eyes Solo with this solo I think soda will be fine Swear that if I hit the streets tonight that I’ma find something,” he explains on the new cut.
“22 Solace” stylistically deviates from Hoosh‘s recent work with its choppy tempo and faster-paced instrumental. However, the new record contrasts his slower cuts like “jorja” and “vice city” from his album everything’s going to be alright. Check it out.