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Dylan Williams Tells The Story Of Lost Love In His New Single ‘Good Girls’


‘Good Girls’ tackles the insecurities of the modern day man within a relationship but is also centered around lost love and the idea of romance that could have been. The South London hailed rapper has a lyrical style that is echoic of artists like J.Cole, Kojey Radical and A2. There is a level of transparency and vulnerability displayed across Williams’ discography as he shares the lessons learned through his experiences in life. It is undeniable that his flow is creative as he is able to adapt it to fit any style of production.

This track is taken from his forthcoming EP ‘Soul Sundays Vol 1’ which is set to drop in April.


Speaking about the track, Dylan explains: “Conversations with young men like myself led me to write ‘Good Girls’ because through those conversations I realised I’m part of a generation where young men are scared to commit to women that we have feelings for because we assume they have a negative past”


Starting out as a model in his younger years, Williams decided to turn to music in his early twenties and it has been an uphill journey of self discovery through music making. ‘Good Girls’ not only marks his first release of the year but the beginning of a fruitful chapter in his career. With an exciting new EP on the way, we are looking forward to hearing more from Dylan Williams.



'Good Girls' is available to stream on all platforms!



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