Technology isn’t always our friend, especially when it comes to affairs of the broken heart, Hunt laments in this slinky track from Southside. Delivered in his trademark spoken/sung style, Hunt can’t escape his ex on this slow jam because her photos are always popping up on his social media and, even worse, he can’t pretend that she’s called and he missed like call like people could in the ‘90s.
Brothers Osborne, Skeletons
“Got skeletons in your closet/and I’ve got bones to pick with them,” growls TJ Osborne on the brotherly duo’s third studio album. The boldness never lets up on the collection as they unleash a kinetic energy on such tracks as “All Night” and “Lighten Up.”
There’s a confidence here (check out swampy, fun instrumental “Muskrat Greene), but there’s also heart on tracks like “Make It A Good One” and “Hatin’ Somebody.” Brothers Osborne go from strength to strength.