Kay Cola has decided to be real with her listeners and address the topic of man’s inhumanity to man in her new track.

The song flows in a stream of consciousness style over a mellow, jazzy production.  She and, towards the end of the track, her new signee Motive speak on the real feeling of wanting to be safe and defend yourself juxtaposed with the things we say to ourselves about our perceived enemy.  She spends a lot of time wondering why it is that so many of us seem to only be able to be kind to others when there’s a holiday.  Motive address Black Lives Matter and the whole idea behind the statement, “Hands up, don’t shoot.”  Both of their voices carry a kind of sweet undertone that works with the theme of finding and maintaining peace even in the hardest times.

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