Underground Cleveland, Ohio-based lyricist Bad Habbits teams up Simon Collins (son of legendary drummer/musician Phil Collins) for this anthemic tune “Heal In Time”. The production is cinematic, dark and moody which fits Bad Habbit’s introspective and thought-provoking songwriting. The rapper takes us on a journey of self-discovery and growing pains. Lines like “Sometimes I feel like I’m running on E/ Scars are hard to heal I struggle to see/ Removed from purity unsure of what’s to be/ Is this really the cure for insecurity?”  dig deep into the emotions of a man caught up in the web and struggling to find his way out. It’s quite relatable and engaging from start to finisn.

Listen to “Heal In Time” on Spotify below.

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