City Fidelia finds harmony in intimacy on “Therapeudick”


Move over to Certified Lover Boy, because the North has a master of sweet talk who brings warmth to freestyles and ballads.

Not all rappers can get by on melodic tracks, but Ottawa City Fidelia turns out to be the exception. In the wake of his latest single, “Soulmate” with DRAM Shelley FKAthe Canadian rapper is back with another banger, “Therapeudick.”

A clever pun, “Therapeudick” sees Fidelia contrast the concept of healing with TLC’s catharsis. Giving his fans unique insight into male vulnerability, he admits he doesn’t have all the answers and sometimes just needs a reset.

The record drips with the raunchy sexiness you’d expect from a true R&B crooner, but this slow chamber jam is just the start for Fidelia to scratch the surface of her adaptability as an artist. Fidelia flexes her sonic versatility on “Therapeudick” – both with the pen and her vocals.

With production from the equally diverse palette of Fidelia’s brother, producer/rapper/singer Jeff Sanon and Gold bands, “Therapeudick” has that polished touch that makes its soundscape magnetizing. From the smooth background vocals to the springy bass, you know care has gone into its execution. Seductive and opulent, “Therapeudick” is like a full-bodied glass of red wine for the R&B music connoisseur.

Ending with an outro that serves as the perfect dance break, “Therapeudick” is short, sweet, and keeps the anticipation going for what’s next. Like a puzzle, Fidelia strategically released tracks from their impending album, Pain killer, which speak of the vices we all aspire to in our quest for healing. The last tease before Pain killer releasing this fall, “Therapeudick” fits right into the concept of therapy with classic R&B magic.

Dive into City Fidelia’s “Therapeudick” above.


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