A few weeks ago, Lucky Daye treated fans with his brand new “Candy Drip” single. The smooth offering is officially the title track of his sophomore project of the same name. Today (Jan. 20), the R&B sensation keeps the momentum rolling by sharing the official lyric video to accompany the track. On the song, Daye unloads some vocals about a certain someone:

“I can’t keep up the pace, she got me out my ways, I eat on, put it on my plate, honey, you be up to the same shame, same old, can you speak up tomorrow? I wake you up for talk, baby, you’re the wave, maybe you’re the way to divine,

Better like wine in the nighttime, a perfect design, and where you go, I wanna go down deeper into your shine, oh, I, can we hope high? We running out of time, ooh, you better speak now, speak now…”

It’s been a couple of years since Lucky Daye released his debut album Painted, a critically acclaimed body of work that saw 13 soulful cuts from the New Orleans singer-songwriter. The following year, he would upgrade Painted with a deluxe edition, adding on six additional songs and collaborations alongside Chronixx, MediSun, Victoria Monet, and Babyface.

Back in February, Daye kept his momentum going with Table For Two, another well-received effort that featured Joyce Wrice, Queen Naija, Ari Lennox, Mahalia, Tiana Major9, and Yebba over seven songs. Outside of his own work, he’s also contributed his voice to releases like Masego, Alex Isley, and Jack Dine’s “Good & Plenty (Remix),” Sinéad Harnett’s “Anymore,” Adekunle Gold’s “Sinner,” IDK’s “Puerto Rico,” VanJess’ “Slow Down,” Earth, Wind & Fire’s “You Want My Love,” Sevyn Streeter’s “Feelz,” and — just this month — Khalid’s “Retrograde.”

Be sure to press play on Lucky Daye’s brand new lyric video for “Candy Drip” down below.