Written by Grayson Jones
It hasn't been more than a day since I was rejected in the front of the line at Chick-Fil-A, the worst place to hold up people behind you. My mind running over with confidence, nobody could tell me a damn thing unless it was the beautiful black queen I saw at the window. In the back of my head, I heard the pulsation from Insecure Love- wondering if I was feening a bit too hard. Nah.
Originally raised in London, Zion Foster & Chunkz, have both garnered quite the following. Coming together on this track sounded way too easy for the two. I think their chemistry naturally makes hits for talking to that special someone. I can almost imagine that recording session going a little like: “You sing, I rap.” And, what transpired was a great single for Zion’s new LP, The Lion's Den.
Insecure Love as a composition is incredibly eclectic. It has the ability to be enjoyed by several genres. The hip-whining theme, coupled with Zion’s voice has such a likeable tone. Even the lyrics where he explains this female's infatuation for him, seems almost like you know the girl he’s talking about. And granted- if she’s staring, it doesn't always mean she likes you. They say music can tell a story in vibrations, not all stories have happy endings either. You’ll never know unless you ask him/her “ WASSUP?!?”
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