As someone who is currently navigating the dating scene, I can say that it is honestly terrible. However, it does have its redeeming qualities like experiencing brunch in Washington, D.C. as a single man or finding the perfect “sneaky link” for those cold, winter nights we’re about to endure. Ok, maybe I’m trifling. Maybe, the dating streets are toxic at the moment. Fortunately, the toxicity of this dating scene is just what the producer ordered for Reggie Becton’s new single, “Streets.” Made in collaboration with the talented Ehll Evans, “Streets” is the perfect “crying in the club” anthem for those who are trying to get past that one person that refuses to leave our thoughts.
“[I’ve been] drinking like its casual. I’m tired of feeling sad. Could p*ssy be my antidote? I see you everywhere I go. Are you in somebody’s bed?” Reggie Becton sings.
“Why [are] you leaving me on read? ‘Cause all night I been fighting logic. [I’m] up late listening to Ari,” he adds.
“Streets” serves as the follow-up to “Sway” on the road to his forthcoming EP, Sad Boy Vol. 1. Transitioning from the success of California and his tour with Grace Weber, Reggie Becton is heading in a new direction as he evolves as an artist. While still offering the emotive, quotable lyrics that have endeared him to many, he has begun implementing a sound he calls “R&Bounce.” Each track offers its own blend of R&B, Soul, Drill and a little bit of PG County flavor. With his three-city HOM3 Tour on the horizon, one can only imagine how great these records will sound in venues across the country. To get an idea, check out “Streets” below.