A little less than a week ago, RMR kicked off his 4th Quarter Medley concept with the release of “The Wishing Hour,” a flip of Matchbox Twenty’s classic cut “3 AM.” The video for said track saw the masked vocalist heading to what looks like a counseling session, bleeding into a continuation of the still-cryptic plot. Now, fans get to check out “That Was Therapeutic,” which stars Amber Rose as the apparent therapist and sees the Atlanta star putting his own twist on Drake’s recent hit single “Laugh Now Cry Later”:
“I used to stress, I was chasin’ all the wrong things, got in my bag, started counting all my blessings, where these n***as was at when I would call? Pick up your phone, throw me a bone/
It’s hard to get a lil’ privacy, that’s what we chose, me and my woes, ain’t runnin’ through the six, copped the BM that’s a eight real cozy, I need them to love me, love outside of the stage, they know my story…/”
At one point during the short clip, RMR unmasks himself (conveniently out of the camera’s view, of course) and hands his mask to Rose, who inspects it before returning it back to its owner. RMR then leaves into another room with a microphone, giving fans another taste of what will come next — a rendition of The Goo Goo Dolls’ 90’s classic “Iris.”
Back in June, RMR liberated his official debut project DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART, which saw nine dope cuts and features from Westside Gunn, Young Thug, Future, and Lil Baby. The project boasted the breakout single “RASCAL,” a flip of Rascal Flatts’ “Bless the Broken Road,” as well as other popular tracks like “WELFARE” and “DEALER.”
Press play on RMR’s “That Was Therapeutic” video below.