This Friday (Jan. 21), iann dior will unveil his sophomore studio LP on to better things, which will contain 15 genre-bending cuts and assist from Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Barker, and Machine Gun Kelly — the last two of whom appear on dior‘s latest single “thought it was.” Co-produced with Omer Fedi, the song sees dior and MGK delivering emotionally charged lyrics about loneliness in the midst of stardom:
“I’ve been on the graveyard shift, I got everything I wish, mm-da-da, couple diamonds on my wrists, but I really miss my–I’ve been crying inside, so you can’t see my pain, the high went away, and they all did the same, broken heart that I can’t stitch, all the money in the world can’t fix this, I feel so alone in California, I got all these friends, don’t even know one, I lost my mind, chasing the feeling in the hills at night…”
Upon its release, on to better things follows last April’s Still Here, a two-track offering that saw a contribution from Trippie Redd on “shots in the dark.” Prior to that, the Corpus Christi, TX star liberated the EP I’m Gone, with housed “Sick and Tired” — another dope collab with Barker and MGK. His last full body of work, the 15-song Industry Plant, made landfall in 2019.
on to better things tracklist: