The second quarter of this year has been a fruitful one for Atlanta-based emcee Lil Donald who is currently finding breakout success in his “Do Better” single. The track, which is centered on encouraging a woman to leave behind a toxic and abusive relationship, is an addictive cut that effectively doubles as an anthem for those struggling with domestic violence.
When speaking on his encounters with women who have been sufferers of abuse in various forms, Donald confirmed that the record was created in an effort to “bring women back up” and to “put some power back in them,” adding that “[men] ain’t nothing without them.”
It looks like Donald isn’t going to let up on the uplifting messages anytime soon as he now debuts his latest track “Suicide.” Outfitted with cover art that features the number for the Suicide Prevention Hotline, Donald crafts a new song aimed at talking any listener who may need an encouraging word to keep from taking their life.
Before you take all them pills
Stresing about all them bills
They don't see all your struggle
They didn't see you climb them hills
Know you ain't got nobody
Everytime shit get real
I know you don't think that God got you
But I know He will