“I wanted to give people something different as well as something unique,” K. said of The Therapist. “I know how most mixtapes only contain rap beats, but I make more than that type of music. I wanted to give my listeners a chance to hear both sides of my sound.”
The hip-hop beats on The Therapist contain 8o8s, driving synths, and hard-hitting drums. Listeners will definitely hear these sounds on the beats “Bodies” and “The World is Mine.” The beat “Murder Em” features piano keys throuhgout the chorus and end of the track.
K. Tha Producer’s dance beats are similar to artists like David Guetta and Pitbull on “Put Your Glasses Up” and more of a dance/house music style on “Beat Won’t Stop.”
During a recent interview with NeuFutur Magazine, K. Tha Producer explained the meaning behind the tape’s title.
“Alot of music fans I talked to explained how music brings out their strongest emotions and helped them overcome obstacles or pain. I wanted to create the same relief with my music. If music is therapy, then as an artist, I must be a ‘therapist.'”