It’s going down. Just hours after penning her latest therapeutic track, D∆WN unleashes it in the form of “Gravity.”
Blending R&B and house, the former Danity Kane songstress opens up about a relationship gone awry. “I thought about murder,” she sings. “That’s the ninth ward in me / You livin’ a lie / Gravity be kind to me / Could you be kind to me?”
The therapy session continues with Dawn Richard denouncing men who aren’t worthy. “These ni**as don’t deserve this crown,” she sings. These ni**as don’t deserve a sound / I put my ‘sweet’ on solid the ground / Gravity, these ni**as ain’t kind to me.”
had thoughts last night. spoke to the mic about it. gonna share it today. #gravity
— D∆WN (@DawnRichard) July 5, 2017
Taking to Twitter, D∆WN revealed that the song was crafted just hours before its release. “had thoughts last night. spoke to the mic about it. gonna share it today. #gravity,” she tweeted.
“Gravity” arrives nearly two months after “Break Me,” another self-penned track about a relationship in turmoil. Listen to the former Dirty Money star’s newest release below.