Khary – “Find Me”

blame it on Patrick Glynn March 2, 2016

Since I first discovered Khary (who used to have his last name, Durgans, attached to his moniker) a little under a year ago, he’s done an excellent job consistently staying in rotation with loosie after loosie, including “Ambidextrous,” “Zodiac” and “I’m Sorry.”

Today, he unveils a new song, “Find Me,” the second single (following “No One Knows“) from his upcoming Intern Aquarium mixtape.

Using his usual steady dose of confidence, Khary predicts his future with “Find Me.” In years to come, Khary is sure he’ll be able to quit his job, fans will sing his songs for him and he won’t have to go on dates anymore because he’ll have plenty of riches he assumes women will gravitate toward. He used to not listen to Lil Wayne because “money over bitches was a little profane.” Clearly, the Rhode Island native has realized how perverse high school him was.

So when it’s time for Khary to clock in at work? You won’t find him. When you’re looking for something from him once his album drops? You definitely won’t find him. But where you can find him is below, spitting with an energetic flow over horn-driven, celebratory production on “Find Me.”