With “Good Girl,” Montreal rapper Wasiu discovers that there’s more to a book than its cover. After falling for what he deems a good girl based on her glasses and shy behavior, Wasiu is surprised to find that she’s more open and adventurous when they’re alone. “You finally get with a girl that you been talking to for awhile,” Wasiu explains. “However, you’re surprised when you finally get in the sheets with her, because she’s one of those quiet good girls with glasses, yet she’s performing like she’s highly experienced in this. It throws you off, because of the stereo type that we have of these quiet ‘good’ girls.” Fellow Montrealer and Raw Records co-founder/producer Dear Lola flips a sample of The Internet’s Kaytranada-produced “Girl,” giving it a glitchy, breakbeat sound with snapping transitional points – from the hypnotic intro to the smooth but choppy chorus. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
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