Listen to Lance Skiiiwalker’s New Album ‘Introverted Intuition’
Top Dawg Entertainment's latest signee Lance Skiiiwalker delivers his debut album, Introverted Intuition. The 13-track project contains guest features from ScHoolboy Q and Michael Anthony.
You can stream Introverted Intuition in full above via YouTube. If you'd like to support Skiiiwalker, you can purchase the body of work via iTunes for just $4.99. The ScHoolboy track is short and sweet: the one-minute, 48-second record contains a funky instrumental and catchy melodies.
Yesterday (Oct. 17), Skiiiwalker previewed the new project with a video for "Lover's Lane," which serves as track No. 12 on Introverted Intuition. Throughout the three-minute clip, the Chicago artist is interested in a bunch of different women: he sees one chick at the park, and he has his eye on another girl on the train. Later, he meets up with a woman and they decide to smoke, so they link up with a pot dealer dressed in a cookie monster costume. However, Skiiiwalker soon learns he's being scammed, and the girl proceeds to take his money.
Ironically, Lance is singing about a successful and loving relationship while the somewhat depressing visual aspect is occurring. He croons, “Make it feel good, darling/I’ma keep loving you, girl/And as the love show/Gotta stay home with you, baby/Let the kids grow, baby/Gotta stay home with you darling/So don’t start it, cause you doing it right/Girl, I want you, all day and night,” Skiiiwalker sings.
TDE President Dave Free had high praise for Skiiiwalker when he first signed him back in May. “Lance Skiiiwalker is going to be such a breakthrough artist for this generation,” Free said. “He challenges the traditional format of today’s music, adding another layer to TDE’s unique roster.”
Lance Skiiiwalker's Introverted Intuition Tracklist
1. "Forbidden Fruit"
2. "((Ni)) Radio"
3. "Could It Be"
5. "Stockholm" Feat. Michael Anthony
7. "All Stops"
8. "Skit/Her Song"
10. "Toaster" Feat. ScHoolboy Q
12. "Lover's Lane"
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