‘Good Man’ is officially out and so is the album, also titled ‘Good Man’. The much-hyped album is the singer’s 7th studio album with top hits like Another Love Song, Apology and now Good Man.
But what grabs the fans attention most is the later. In a struggle between mending the wrongs and staying true to one’s identity, the crooner smoothly navigates the seemingly rough waters to break down his intended message; the challenge of being a perfect person.
“This video is about the wrongs we do and the potential danger that comes with. It’s about remorse for our wrongs and the mental (or physical) letter we write to the person we’ve wronged but also to ourselves to remind us of what it is we need to be for that person. In the case of myself, a Good Man. It’s a struggle.” Reads part of the introductory message on his YouTube page.
Maintaining intimate relationships is tough, and Neyo knows this very well considering the fact that he’s been through many relationships that never ended well for him.
‘A breakup is like getting shot in the foot. The pain of it all takes time to heal’ he adds. On several occasions, we try our best to look good, feel good and hopefully get some appreciation at the end of the day. But that never happens to everybody.
PERFECTION is a steamy subject on its own, and the tendency to behold it dearly lies hidden in our personalities. This creates a bridge between the wrongs and rights we put forward when expecting some gratitude from our partners.
The song “Good Man” is all about making an effort to stay right with your partner and steadily sticking to that path. For women, finding that ‘Good Man’ could be a journey not worth relenting because as the society has taught us, good men are not easy to find.