Comment by araurainverno
My favourite would have to be Lead You On, simply due to the fact that he talks about his drug of choice as though it's a human being. This allows listeners to relate the lyrics not only to their own drug addictions, but to other people whom they have become addicted to. I'll be honest, I cried the first few times I heard it, and I still shed a tear every now and then because of the pure truth and relatability of his words. As an addict of both substance and human beings (one in specific), MGK's lyrics really hit home for me.
Lead You On -- for the above stated reasons and many more -- will likely forever remain my favourite song by Kells.