Few months has gone since Marlon Craft shared his last solo project, but he’s already gearing up to treat fans to new music once again.
His latest song is his new “At The Door” track, which is set to appear on his forthcoming project How We Intended.
“Waitin’ for my train of thought to leave Manhattan. It’s been in the tunnel, I’m tryna see the sun. Been through a lot of hard times tryna believe in actions, but not one ever felt like time for me to run. And I’m addicted to dopamine, and hopes and dreams, and folks I’ve seen. But feel like I speak a different language than everyone round me, word to Portuguese. They be like “Damn, bruh’s ill.” And I appreciate the kudos. Shit ain’t all sweet, gotta appreciate the glucose.” – Craft shares a new verse.
In June, during the pandemic, Craft released his EP project that consisted of nine tracks and features from Kota The Friend and Ricky Motion.
Listen to the song below: