Truth be told, nobody is perfect and that is exactly what Chicago rapper Ibn Inglor's latest release, "The Good You See In Me," is all about. A discordant, metallic track sweetened by Brooklyn singer Mothica on the hook, it finds Inglor warbling through auto-tune about his existential woes: If you look me in my eyes I hope you see I could achieve the good you see in me. "It's me being open and honest with myself and the rest of the world, acknowledging my wrongs and trying to fix them before its too late," he told The FADER. "The Good You See In Me" will be featured on Inglor's upcoming album Honegloria, which will be out later this year.
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