Another chapter of Joyner Lucas‘ album-in-pieces ADHD has arrived. After previewing the somber banger with his two-part visuals for “ADHD,” Joyner has come through to deliver “Revenge” in its completed state. Centering around the diminishing returns of his own success, Joyner’s examination of toxic behavior finds him returning to his storytelling roots. Taking to a haunting piano loop, Joyner deftly controls his cadence to build anticipation for the inevitable drop. When the drums do hit, they add a new layer of urgency to his reflection.
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