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Levi Hummon, Filmore, YA’BOYZ

“Good Riddance”

If you’re looking for a feel-good summer anthem, look no further than “Good Riddance,” the latest collaboration from Levi Hummon, Filmore and YA’BOYZ.

This euphoric song, penned by Hummon, Eric Arjes and Parker Welling, is narrated from the lens of a guy who’s moved on from his lonesome, post-breakup, sorrow-drowning days. He’s got a big smile on his face now that he’s head over heels for the new girl in his life.

“Good riddance to that lukewarm beer in the kitchen / Good riddance to the sad songs, I don’t wanna listen / Yeah thought my heart was broke, but turns out it isn’t / When a girl like you walks into a room / All you can do is say / Good riddance,” Hummon, Filmore and YA’BOYZ sing jubilantly over a jaunty beat and singalong melody. Whether it’s a road trip with friends or a backyard party, this track is a welcomed addition to any summertime playlist. – Jeremy Chua

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