Tope just recently dropped a new track, and this one's good. "Let It Go" is partly submerged in jazzy aquatics, partly doused in soothing nostalgia, and it features a solid verse from Blu for good measure. Producer Stewart Villain's mix of nighttime intimacy and urgency (and sax!) provides an excellent listen as the duo delves into cold realities: "Never heard of wisdom, killing these kids/ Gave 'em props for the plot and now they're just the murder victim."

"Let It Go" is a cut of Tope's BROKEBOYSYNDROME, which drops on Dec. 15.

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