Written by Marvin Rashad
Remey Williams, son of The O’Jay’s bass man Jimmy Williams, released his debut single “I’m Good” recently, an ode to self love, specifically for Black boys and men. While flirting with sounds of Trap mixed with Soul, Willians delivers a much needed message with a smooth and soulful sound.
More so known for his work with other artists such as Summer Walker and Jacob Latimore, Remey Williams is stepping out the shadows, into the forefront and fully into his bag with”I’m Good.” “Black man, I’m so handsome, no apologies,” he croons, which pretty much sums up the entirety of the record. Check out this bop below and let us know what you think of it. You can follow Remey Williams @RemeyWilliams on Twitter or Instagram.