Nation Boss – Humans Download Mp3
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Debut songs rarely come as wise or as worldly as Nation Boss’ Humans. Whether the three-minute testimony slowed your IG scrolling, stopped you in your tracks, or you still haven’t heard it by now somehow, there’s no denying the world-class chops on the nascent star.
Little over a week ago, he posted a lyrical snippet that wowed the likes of Popcaan, Agent Sasco, Lila Iké and many more. Linking up with producer Dominic ‘Troublemekka’ McDonald to seize the momentum, the sharp, critical track is set to launch Nation Boss into brand new frontiers.
If his first feat was 50K views and favourable reviews on an IG teaser, his second would be the 100K views and counting on his debut single and visuals. The overnight success is an incredible victory, but the man who calls himself “surer than seaside” has seen his fair share of doubt and rocky roads.
Nation Boss turns his deep meditation into a soaring sermon about the messy consequences of misplaced trust. “Loyalty come wid a cost/ Yuh naffi ask yuh know ah love inna mi heart/ But anytime yuh heart too big my lord dem wi tek yuh fi ah fool and, dis is why mi nuh like humans…” he sings fervently.
The newcomer’s intriguing vocals dissect the range of emotions that come with the territory, and fellow artists such as Bugle and Lila Ikè have boosted his efforts on their official accounts. The raw, intimate details tell a relatable story and explain why the Rasta is gaining traction by the hour.
In the Ruption Boss-directed visuals, there’s only one solution for one who thinks, writes and feels in extremes as Nation Boss does — to hide his heart away from humans, literally. The clip opens with an elder bringing him a shovel for something he’s already stashed away, labelled ‘Do Not Open’. As we follow the artist further away from people and into the misty hills with his parcel, it’s almost like we’ve entered his thoughts as the verses ring out.