The Kid LAROI – Not Sober | Stream, Lyrics & Meaning

“Not Sober” is the second track on The Kid LAROI’s 2021 project ‘F*CK LOVE 3: OVER YOU.’ The song is a collaboration with fellow rappers Polo G and Stunna Gambino. In this heartache-inspired track, the three artists sing about relapsing to drugs and alcohol to cope with pain.

‘F*CK LOVE 3: OVER YOU’ is the third and final instalment of LAROI’s ‘F*CK LOVE’ EP series. The ‘OVER YOU’ instalment was released on July 23, 2021.

This song marks the first collaboration between The Kid LAROI and Stunna Gambino, while he has worked prior with Polo G.

Watch “Not Sober” Music Video by The Kid LAROI, Polo G, & Stunna Gambino

All three artists on the song speak about their coping mechanisms for painful emotions. The Kid sings about reeling back to Hennessy alcohol mixed with Coca Cola to numb his senses. He reveals that he got done dirty by his ex and it is going to take some shots of whiskey to drown those memories.

And no matter how hard I try
Memories still living deep in my mind

LAROI has also seen people close to him change. As his success grows, he has seen people around him change. Some even who he considered friends. But he understands that this is the nature of things.

Polo G and Stunna Gambino have a slightly different approach to coping with heartache. They sing about dumping money on expensive cars, specifically a BMW i8 and a Lamborghini Urus.

At least, all three artists have enough money to buy their way out of heartbreak if need be.

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.

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