Collaborating for the first time, the track boasts production by Providence, Rhode Island’s Beato. With this release, the Prince of PVD follows what worked on his previous project C.B.P.V.D.—mellow beats and smooth R&B vibes. What works is the fact that the track doesn’t try to do too much. Too often we get music that tries to add too many instruments and flow changes. It’s good to get a track that does a lot with a little.
For anyone that lives in Providence or has even crossed through, this song has that late-night drive feel through the city. With references to the South Side, Broad Street chimi trucks and more it’s a testament to the culture in PVD. Coming in at a little more than two minutes, we can expect a lot more from Bells in the coming months.
“On any given night, there’s a range of dope spots to find good music [and] beautiful women, writes Bells. “After the function, we pull up to the chimi trucks on Broad street [and] hit the 24-hour gas station before the next move.”
Check out the track above and stay tuned for more from Cam Bells.