In building his foundation for the track, TBG brings a live-band feel to “MUD” with ample hits of brass, rich organ strokes, and his signature neck-breaking drums. It’s the perfect canvas for Ozay to spit bar after bar about his come-up both as an artist and a man, getting “addicted to the crates” and “chopping samples onto floppy disks”.
More than that, though, “MUD” is about staying true to yourself and following your heart, wherever it may take you. It’s a powerful message from Ozay and his collaborators, especially Johnson, who blesses the track with a soulful, sing-along chorus about “building castles in the mud”.
Head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support, and keep an eye out for more info from the duo’s much anticipated collaborative album, ‘Of Process And Progression’, due out this summer via Coalmine Records.