With Dante Jones, handling the song’s production, both Jones and Drew Love reflect on their respective relationships with their fathers.
“I know my drinking from my daddy/Used to kick the wisdom when while he sipped up on his Brandy/He pushed the limit but that nigga used to whip it like a caddy/Never saw the method to his madness/Someday’s I would scream, “I can’t stand you”/And then he slipped up say he wished he never had me/I closed the distance once that nigga moved to Cali/I wish I never moved to Cali.,” sings THEY.
In addition to dropping their new sing;e, the duo revealed plans link with barbershop in an effort to give out free haircuts to local fathers. “In celebration of Father’s Day and our next single “Pops” , we’ve teamed up with select barbershops. Take your Dad to get a free haircut on us.”
In celebration of Father’s Day and our next single “Pops” , we’ve teamed up with select barbershops. Take your Dad to get a free haircut on us! https://t.co/GVYK4o4wMi
— THEY. (@unofficialTHEY) June 4, 2018
Stream Pop’s below.