Okay(k) is a native New Yorker who has landed in Boston, and he is feeling pretty awesome with his off-kilter new single "Shake It Off."
"Shake It Off" utilizes a brilliant synth melody that chops and screws throughout the entire track. This quiet, thoughtful banger is 3 minutes and 40 seconds of that feeling you get walking around the city and feeling yo damn self, considering getting on a plane to "fly to LA." The chorus' hook is anchored by the harmonies of Honey Gentry and Ginger, as all three employ a syncopated delivery that is sure to slide into your brain all day.
Okay(k) is the flow love child of Lil Yachty and D.R.A.M., a frank and honest amalgamation of cotton candy-flavored raps with happy-go-lucky lyrical content. The artist describes the meaning behind this cut as, "sometimes you're feeling some type of way, maybe you got too faded one night. Instead of thinking too much about it you gotta say, no worries, be happy, and just shake it."