Music director/producer extraordinaire Thaddeus Dixon steps in front of the camera and microphone to share his latest single “I’m Good.” With a minimal beat that eventually builds to a resounding bass pattern, Dixon reminisces on a love that could’ve been had the pair worked out but there’s no love lost as he comes to the conclusion that parting ways is best.
The video, directed by anuthr sumbdy, shows Dixon and his ex in non-communicative scenes, presenting to the viewer that there’s little to no hope that the pair will rekindle their flame. The melody was written by Dixon and produced alongside Troy Train. In a previous interview with VIBE, the Detroit native discussed his contribution to music and how he wants to elevate any genre he conquers.
“I want to be accepted and respected for producing the true sound of this genre of music. If we’re doing a Meghan Trainor record or I’m doing a pop record for Katy Perry, I want it to sound in that lane of Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, pop that’s competing against the pop producers. If I’m doing a trap record I want it to sound in the vein of a Mike WiLL Made-It or DJ Mustard,” he said. “I don’t want to cheat, you know what I mean? I do feel after a while you should develop your own sound like Mustard did, but producing across all platforms I want it to be what it really is and not cheat.”
Vibe out to the melody above.