[Terrarium] opens up with a slowed, orchestra-based sample and a verse from hip-hop M.C and producer, [Morrison Machiavelli]. This is the first song of the album that seems overtly aimed at the female persuasion. [Morrison Machiavelli] serves up a 16-bar declaration about self-love being the premise of loving someone else. KPW gives a methodical diagnostic to break down the consequences of affection, the complexities of sparking a romantic relationship, and the effects it has on the human psyche and emotions. The song is a uniquely dark look at a topic usually discussed on less of an analytical level.