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“Way Too Much” of anything is a problem: Check 199V’s new track with Jei Bandit, JT Soul & jamvvis

Montreal, QC – Montreal up-and-comer and Oddio Ent artist 199V recently teamed up with fellow MTLiens Jei Bandit and JT Soul for this new release titled “Way Too Much.”

Produced by Jei Bandit and jamvvis with mixing courtesy of Dear Lola, Rawssi, and Ethan Cyr, “Way Too Much” comes to us off 199V’s forthcoming twentytwo project (due out next month). This is a track about what happens when you overdo it. Whether it’s pills or liquor, or other (seemingly harmless) behaviours like overthinking or overexerting yourself, too much of anything is a problem.

The problem with “way too much” is that you eventually reach a point where no matter how much of something you get, it’s never going to be enough to satiate you. One pill becomes ten pills. One hour of non-stop grinding becomes 10 hours of non-stop grinding. One shot becomes more than a few bottles. Then that becomes your baseline. And every time you’re going to need more and more to feel okay. And at the point, way too much becomes way too much of a problem.


Twitter: @_199V | @jeantaloneast | @JeiBandit

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