If you read the site, you are likely familiar with the Monday Hookup Heroes column, which consists of the best stories sent to us by (usually) college-aged Bros, anonymously bragging to the greater internets about their recent conquests of the opposite sex. They're the stories that everyone has, a squirmish mixture of hilarity, embarrassment, and funny strain of vicariousness. (They're also best read in an overly low, grunty voice, with the perpetrator saying the word "sick" a lot.)
From the looks of it, rising star Jon Bellion has his own to add to the mix.
This is "Dead-Man Walking," a chill, lighthearted track that chronicles the seemingly true story of Bellion hooking up with a much-older family friend. Material aside, it's a great listen to remove yourself from that mid-afternoon melancholy.
I am biased towards this dude because we used to go to the same basketball camp/ride the same bus to said basketball camp (it's a pretty great, e-mailing a bunch o' people filled moment when you discover that a kid you used to be pretty tight with, but haven't talked to in about a decade is on the verge of being very famous), but it doesn't take just a fanboy--or even our bus driver, Mr. Bizzle--to realize that this kid is the real deal.