Dylan Williams Explores Men’s Insecurities In Valentines Single “Good Girls”

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

12 Feb 2021

Just in time for Valentines this weekend, South London’s very own Dylan Williams has returned with his latest cut named “Good Girls”.

Standing as his first release of the year, “Good Girls” houses a Trap beat enriched with a melodic piano line that allows Dylan Williams to express his thoughts regarding this generations struggle to commit to women. Posing as a critique to the insecurities of “the modern-day man”, Dylan pierces through the production with an assertive flow effortlessly.

Speaking on the release, Dylan commented; “Conversations with young men like myself led me to write ‘Good Girls’ because through those conversations I realised I’m part of a generation where young men are scared to commit to women that we have feelings for because we assume they have a negative past”

Listen to “Good Girls” below and on other streaming platforms here.