Tobi Lou and Dreezy Team Up for New Single ‘OKAY’
Tobi Lou who has become a master of his craft in creating mellow melodies and instrumentals has unleashed another track from his highly anticipated album “Parrish Blue.” The dreamy track “OKAY” is an upbeat and youthful song that embraces the feelings of reconnecting with a past love interest.
The track also has a nostalgic surprise as the artist nods to Missy Elliot’s song “Work It” where he references her famous lyrics “Is it worth it? Let me work it. I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it” in his verse. Rapper Dreezy also adds a balance to the song where she spits an emotional verse where she mentions “I wear my heart up on my sleeve like Ed Hardy.”
“OKAY” follows a stream of singles from Tobi Lou that is apart of his upcoming project “Parrish Blue.” The artist has recently fed his fans with the warm tune “Notice Me” featuring Mia Gladstone and the relatable track “Student loans” as the release date approaches.
The artist who has his own animated avatar named “Little Lou” has been working nonstop all 2020. Earlier this year during the summer, the artist released the guitar-based EP “LINGO STARR” where all three songs mesh together and evolve as one. The project is paired with a six minute visual that brings the EP to life where he embodies different states of metamorphosis.
Tobi Lou has never been shy of pairing his work with strong visuals as each of his music videos has a unique concept. In an interview with Billboard, he mentions the importance of representing his music through his keen vision. “I’ve always had a vision.” he said. “I’m very picky, very perfectionist. I’ve always had a vision of what I wanted things to look like and what I wanted to do. It was always ‘how can I do that?’ Oh, we don’t have enough money to shoot this video, what can we do with that money we have?”
Fans can expect nothing less than perfection from upcoming project “Parrish Blue” which is expected to release any day now.