If you were a child of the early 2000s then you recall the hurt displayed by Donell Jones on “Where I Wanna Be”, the title track from his biggest selling album. Genesis Iver knows it too. The Houston musician has manipulated his voice in many a way in the past, focusing on himself falling in love and working around not being broken. On “Second Chance”, Iver rolls through the motions of wanting to talk to his ex and wondering where the switch up happened. Cassey Cash provides the sonic backdrop for him to muse on, sampling Jones’ 2000 hit as it plays like voicemail in the distance. Hear Genesis Iver get his messages sent to voicemail and the anguish of wanting better for the one you love on “Second Chance” below.

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