Throughout the track, Bklyn presents an equilibrium of confidence and gratitude, delivering a reflective prose but doing so while in the now. If you’ve ever heard a record from Bklyn, you know dude can rap, filling most tracks with rapid fire quotables. On “The Color Purple”, however, listeners are on the receiving end of a delicate balance of lyricism and a more melodic delivery. As a result, the new loosie fits well as a single, with it’s ability to appeal to a wider audience.
Like a body serves as a vessel for the soul, the production on “The Color Purple” provides Bklyn with the physical house his substance needs to breath and live. For both the lyrics and the catchy, contagious chorus, the instrumentation encapsulates Bklyn’s content.