When PARTYNEXTDOOR released "Come and See Me," it hit a sweet spot. It was a tale of a situationship gone wrong, and it unfolded over an irresistible, OVO-trademark beat. Drake showed up, too. This, kids, is what the phrase "on brand" means.
An exasperated woman, tired of Party hitting her up at crazy times of the night, tells his lazy ass to come over and see her for once. "You don't ever come to me," she says, clearly fed up. Dude, of course, sees nothing wrong. He's trying to look on a map and locate the spot where he went left. "I'll admit I'm sorry when I feel I'm truly sorry," he says... But he wants her to know she's still invited.
Because the record was so relatable, many artists felt compelled to remake it. They didn't just cover the song; they told their own sordid tales of relationship ratchetness. Here's a few fresh takes to listen to while you wait for Late Night Party, PND's upcoming album with Jeremih.
First up was the great Erykah Badu, who has been low-key auditioning for the OVO roster for months.
Then SZA gave her take on it, called "twoAM." She flipped it toward the end, as only SZA can do.:
Newcomer SVNAH took a swing as well. Her version takes a few liberties with the vocal arrangement:
Did we miss any? Let us know!