Boogie shines a light on the various pieces that make up his life.
On Time, he sings about the way his love looks like. He’s not perfect, you can probably pinpoint what to change, but that’s not the point, this is what this piece of his life sounds like. It’s a laid back, playful vibe, and Boogie flows quickly over the beat. As of now, Boogie wants his cake and to eat it too, and we can all be guilty of that.
On Skydive, the tone switches to a pensive, almost brooding one. It’s a simple loop, plucked on a Spanish guitar, but it’s haunting. Your mind fills the vacuous spaces between notes with every scenario that would make you feel this way. You come to learn that it’s not a scenario the song captures, but the feeling of commitment. Boogie feels it’s the same as jumping out of a plane, it’s too late to do anything else but build your wings on the way down.
On Everything’s For Sale, Boogie paints scenes and tells stories. He says what a gritty mentality thinks, and tells us how a gritty mind searches for peace. In this album, Boogie shows us pieces of his life, and in doing so, helps us balance ours.