Usually hearing crickets on a track (or in the audience) is a bad thing. Not here on The Good Sin’s, “Turn You On” (featuring TH, JusMoni and Tay Sean), the latest from the Cloud Nice camp.
It’s another sex joint, which usually translates to boring-as-hell, for me. This one’s catchy though. The crickets are used to signify night time, which is used to signify sexy time, which is amplified by JusMoni’s inviting vocals. It’s aiight and it’s free, so get it in here.