The paradox between the upbeat nature of the track and the introspective lyricism I found to be quite fascinating throughout “Nothing To Do”.

There’s essentially three different sections we’re introduced to as the track progresses, and it’s this experimentation which makes for a unique funk experience. The flows really grabbed my attention too since they were reminiscent of GoldLink, and compels the listener to keep a close ear to the lyrics by virtue of the gripping delivery.