Known for mixing soulful melodies with an R&B/Pop flavor, Myles Lloyd unloads his new song, “I Want It All.”
Adding to the allure of the song, Lloyd connected with Bryson Tiller’s creative director Chase Ichiki for the artwork.
After breaking on to the scene with his song, “Step Down,” Myles Lloyd returns with a new song that has a deeper meaning than you would initially assume with a materialistic sounding song title like, “I Want It All.”
But according to Myles Lloyd, “I Want It All” is not a song about how I want cars, nice things, women or any mainstream want. In fact,
The deeper meaning can be found at the end of the song. when I say that I don’t want to party and do all the crazy things kids my age do because in the end I’ll just be delaying my goal, which is having self-happiness and stability in my life.
Stream the timely track after the jump and hopefully a visual follow soon. In the meantime, keep it locked to hypefresh.co for more hip-hop news!