"Whiskey, Sex, and Heartbreak" is a pop/r&b dance song about the mental anguish and self-destructive patterns that follow a breakup. The euphoric and delusory chorus starkly contrasts with the verses. The song was described by Gio as "a beautiful contradiction." Lyrically, the song expresses both the freedom and helplessness that one can experience. The song is in the key of C and has a BPM of 130. It is Gio Nation's most popular song to date and has collectively received over half a million listens.
"I Don't Need You Anymore" is a three-minute and twenty-six-second mid-tempo pop/r&b ballad. The song is an anthem of intense heartbreak. Gio expresses his despair about a relationship that is both abusive and nurturing. A love that left the singer homeless, distraught, and bankrupt. The instrumental is notable for its reggaeton beat and prominent marimba. The song features a deep and sultry verse followed by an explosive chorus. Lyrically, the song employs both expository and narrative speech.
"Wake Up! (Can't You See)" is a three-minute and thirteen-second ballad about PTSD and insomnia. It implies the extensive use of alcohol to numb inner demons and unpleasant feelings. It is Gio Nation's most vocally challenging song to date. The song is a fan favorite and one of his most streamed songs on the internet. The song is in the key of F#m and has a tempo of 70 beats per minute.
"You Know What I'm Talkin Bout" is a dance-pop song about being monogamous in a polygamous environment. The song is notable for its upbeat tempo and blunt, expository lyrics. Gio unapologetically expresses the flaws in both ideologies as well as the contradictory nature of people. The original version of the song was released in 2014 on the EP "2800 Miles," along with three other singles. Originally titled "Everybody Swears," Gio has stated that he had a grand vision for the song but not the execution. Early in 2020, he began workshopping the song again until he reached a version with which he was completely satisfied.
"You Know What I'm Talkin' Bout (Live) [Acoustic Jazz Version]" is Evan Main's rendition of the Gio Nation song of the same name. The entire piece was recorded in a single take with no editing. The song makes use of quick arpeggios and improvisational accents. Critics have praised this piece for its smooth and sultry interpretation.
"You Know What I'm Talkin' Bout (Live) [Acoustic Pop Version]" is a stripped-down interpretation of the original dance track of the same name. Evan Main, a jazz pianist, created the arrangement, which is notable for being a complete departure from Gio's usual sound. The song has an acoustic and upbeat tempo, as well as vocal ad libs not heard in the original. News outlets and bloggers have praised the composition as an artistic triumph.
"Sex & Luv (Call Me Crazy Remix)" is a pop dance song about finding love while feeling sexually gratified. The song's lyrics contain subtext and double entendres about the animalistic nature of attraction. The song also alluded to the fear that queer people can experience when confronted with their sexuality. The original version of the song was released in 2014 on the EP "2800 Miles," along with three other singles. In the late summer of 2020, he remixed the song and rereleased it.
"1234" is a mid-tempo pop song that was inspired by the angel number. Lyrically, it is an expository song about a lover's quarrel in a bar that results in one person leaving by themselves. The track features a funk-inspired bass riff and a prominent kick drum.
"You Don’t Love Me Anymore" is a pop ballad and debut single by Gio Nation. It depicts intense grief following a breakup. It also marks the first collaboration with sound engineer and Grammy-nominated hitmaker Gemini.