This Friday (September 22nd), Macklemore will release Gemini, his first non-Ryan Lewis project since 2005’s The Language Of My World. Before that, the Seattle emcee delivers (presumably) his last single before the drop titled “Good Old Days,” a Pop ballad-esque cut fans have come to know him for since The Heist. This go ’round, he connects with fellow singer-songwriter Kesha, who delivers a powerful hook about trials and tribulations that she’s been through (and being able to make it through them to today). It’s the perfect record for personal reflection and self-love.
Speaking with Rolling Stone, Macklemore spoke on the collaboration:
She is someone that I walked into the room and I immediately just caught a vibe with and became friends with pretty instantaneously. … She’s a musician, she’s a writer, she’s someone that is not afraid to try ideas in the studio, not afraid to get vulnerable in front of people, not scared to go for the high note when she doesn’t know if she can hit it or not. She is a musician in every sense of the word, and she’s hilarious.
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