RMR takes off his mask in “That Was Therapeutic” MV

The visual also features Amber Rose.

RMR has released “That Was Therapeutic,” the second track from his 4th Quarter Medley project.

Produced by The Do Betters, the song is a slowed-down rework of Drake’s recent single “Laugh Now Cry Later.” RMR turns the hit into an emotional ballad, as he sings about his struggles with fame and fake friends. “I used to stress, I was chasin’ all the wrong things / Got in my bag, started counting all my blessings / Where these n***as was at when I would call? / Pick up your phone, throw me a bone,” he sings.

The accompanying video, directed by Pressure, stars Amber Rose as the rapper’s therapist. The video reaches an emotional climax when RMR removes his signature face mask. Fans still don’t get to see his face, but the moment clearly symbolized a breakthrough for the rapper.

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“That Was Therapeutic” follows “The Wishing Hour,” which was RMR’s take on Matchbox 20’s “3AM.” Earlier this year, he released his debut EP, Drug Dealing is a Lost Art.

Watch the video for “That Was Therapeutic” below:

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