The track delivers an old-skool vibe with a sample from '70s soul group Johnson, Hawkins, Tatur & Durr's "You Can't Blame Me" while the Ohio native cleverly rhymes about his different rendezvous with girls and what he's learnt over the years. Well how about some gratuity cause when the tip in, you usually smitten, screwing me.
"'Mary Wanna' is not a weed song at all," Willie B. Goode told FADER via email. "It's a metaphor for our different encounters with females who are influenced by their vices like weed, money, sex, and alcohol just to be in the mix. It's a very subtle way of us telling you, 'Yeah, that girl over there, she's bad, but she ain't shit bro.' It comes from a very real place and we're just glad people relate to it and enjoy it as much as we do."
More Than What It Seems is out today.