Asking that the people who interact with them show them something they’ve never seen before, whether it’s an enticing aspect of a relationship, an idea, etc., the two seem to be fed up with people coming around them trying to capitalize off and be a part of the success they’ve built with their hard work. The two delivered their sentiments over production that sounds like it came from an electronic ballad from 1986, so it’s a new sound for both to survey.
According to FakeShoreDrive, my favorite Chicago plug, there’s been a rumor of a collaboration project called SupaTay between these two, and there’s no denying the two mesh well. “Show Me” definitely doesn’t sound like a one-off, either.
Can we expect more from these two? I wouldn’t mind it. Listen to “Show Me” below.