If you've ever been fed up in a relationship but can't seem to will yourself away, this song is about you. Singer/songwriter Treasure Davis joins forces with fellow LA native Kid Ink for "Simple," an R&B song about staying in a bad relationship. Treasure is new on the R&B scene but has been a force behind the scenes, writing for Chris Brown, collaborating with J. Cole and singing background vocals for the likes of Nicki Minaj, Keyshia Cole and Keri Hilson. But on "Simple," Davis takes the reigns and is ready to read. "You be pullin' up late / Rubbers in your pocket / Think it's all good and I'ma just drop it / That ain't my shade of lip on your collar," she sings. As you can see it could be so simple, but Treasure would rather make it hard by staying. Kid Ink sing-raps the other side of the story with his excuses and reasons for why he may or may not be acting right.
The track is produced by hitmakers Pop & Oak, who give the song a prominent beat and simple guitar riff in the background. It's a cute effort from Treasure, who we can tell is clearly bothered and underwhelmed with her partner's behavior. Just like the relationship she sings about, we actually can't get enough of Treasure's voice, which is sweet and promising. While we could deal without all the n-words and unnecessary cussing, the single is catchy and we look forward to hearing what else Treasure has to offer. You can listen to Treasure and Kid Ink's "Simple" right here, and, if you can't get enough of it, you can purchase it on iTunes.