The Big Hash has had one of the smoothest transitions from Hip-Hop into R&B I’ve seen in my brisk career. The production of the song is filled to the brim with different sounds that all harmoniously coincide to create a unified sound. The percussion-heavy construction of the song allowed for The Big Hash to enter a different melodic pocket. His delivery exists closer to a sing-rapping delivery in comparison to what we have heard from him in recent times.
From a lyrical point of view, the song sees The Big Hash talk about a conflict he is experiencing with a lover, which is why he repeatedly asks the person in question if they could not save it for another day instead of exploring the conflict on a day that is dear to him in his birthday. Listen to “ANOTHER DAY” below.