Saya on the track’s production.
While so much of rap today is superficial and oftentimes misogynistic, this track from Surf is a breath of fresh air. Surf’s lyrics are apologetic and self-examining. He attempts to reason with his old flame that while he has made mistakes in his past, he can change for the better, and she is the muse necessary to incite this artstic evolution.
Surf’s delivery is varied and impressive. From hook to verse he changes tone and pitch with ease and without too many hiccups. From the initial hook to the first verse we see three quick changes in tonality and cadence. Saya’s beat is easy and open, with some chops that make Surf’s switches quite simple. I really enjoyed this track, and am a fan of Surf’s entire discography.
Check out “Worth It” here: