The drum rhythm of this track is a cleverly-disguised Calypso pattern. You know, the one you hear in all the summer dancehall tracks? I feel it gets redundant after a while. But in this tune, it’s done wisely with bouncy and melodic percussion which blends really well with the ominous production. Given her Trini heritage and after her previous dancehall-infused track “Front Seat”, we can see why she wants to keep that going.
Talii just wants to be loved in “Good to Be Bad”. Still riding her buzz from features with Billboard, Wonderland, The Line of Best Fit, and many others, we look forward to see how she’s going to innovative next.
Listen to Orlando’s latest talent below: