Ana Log's percolating SoundCloud page continues to supply the goods. Today, the Montreal lyricist has shared "drug songs," which stays true to its title. The song finds Ana Log relaying the effects of his mind becoming more fried with rhymes that are aloof, imaginative, and sometimes nonsensical. He hands over production duties to Seeb, who uses the sounds of mainstream EDM as his template in order to build an upbeat and experimental backdrop that floats playfully behind Ana Log's half-baked musings. Ana Log's rapping is silly yet relatable, and monotone yet strangely evocative. Of course, overly critical ears will likely connect better with the sounds whilst on the same wavelength as Ana Log. Drugs are welcomed.
Drug deals at the coffee shop
But pills so I'll probably pop
Such thrills when the molly bop
Buzz kills in the Bali stop