Skyler Reed addresses the end of a chaotic relationship with her single “I’m Gone.” The Atlanta singer’s vocals ease into the turmoil of a darkened place with the bravura of her jazz background. Reed expresses agitation but her exit leans more towards a classy goodbye because there is no anger. Producer Jolliyah Melodygod helps Reed tell the story with music influenced by drum and bass and R&B. The perky beats signify Reed’s moving away from a dangerous headspace. Melodygod captures the drama of the situation in the tense strings that sound the alarm for self-survival. Reed released her Are We There Yet? EP earlier this year. Listen to “I’m Gone” and be inspired to leave behind whatever no longer serves you.