Fresh off the heels of “Boogie Flats,” (pun intended) the lead single from Keysha Freshh’s upcoming release In Samadhi, is another smooth, jazzy cut “The Contemplation.”

The crooning of “I can’t feel my face” on the chorus reverberates, while Keysha effortlessly flows over the BriskInTheHouse-produced track.

The detail of Keysha’s lyrics set the mood and paint a picture …

From the intro by DJ Luv Bug, the production and Keysha’s delivery on the two verses, you can’t help but feel the nostalgia of an old jazz club – band playing with cigarette smoke lingering in the air while the main attraction captivates the crowd.

The detail of Keysha’s lyrics set the mood and paint a picture as she rhymes “sleep doesn’t exist, time is what you make it, cut the politics love, you just wan’ see me naked.” The only critique would be the short length of the song as you can’t help but want more of the vibe it puts you in.

Music Editor Duane Benjamin, or “Lah’Gic” to those who know him well, has been a member of the Urbanology family since the magazine’s birth. From music, culture, sports or life experiences in general, Duane is always up for an intellectual conversation or debate. A firm believer that laughter keeps you young, amongst friends or strangers, you can often find Duane laughing and cracking jokes to eye watering, belly busting proportions. A fierce competitor on the basketball court and the soccer field, Duane welcomes new challenges to keep him sharp and on his toes, of which Urbanology Magazine is constantly providing.