The timing couldn’t be any more perfect for lil aaron to pop into the scene. The singer from LA a la 145 House, has got the familiar flow we’ve seen from the new crop of R&B/Trap style artists like SAFE, Post Malone, and Roy Woods. The young artist enters the scene where the new popular R&B genre has a more Trap heavy production with a rap-like cadence in their vocals. Having the sound and bringing the hype over the SoySauce beat, this celebratory collaboration was released after the DC producers donated 15,000 meals to the LA food bank from the earnings of their Lunch Money EP. The good vibes are definitely felt in this one.