Lil Nas X closes up shop with a dust buster of a doily.
Seven is riddled with intrinsic elements, but only the 7th and closing number does a unifying thread begin to emerge (for the EP as a whole). On the aptly-titled “C7osure (You Like)” triumphantly tells his newly formed fan base of his plan to never solidify a plan. The staccato effect of the song’s “unforeseen rhythm” is arguably several years ahead of schedule. Tell me, if you entered an “Old Town Road,” did you leave the proceedings, having left a callback number?