PAYDAY Joins ILOVEMAKONNEN on New “ Whoopsy ” Track
PAYDAY’s rise continues today, as she teams up with ILoveMakonnen on the new track “Whoopsy”, released now. The track appears on ILoveMakonnen’s new album, ‘My parade‘, which was also released today, released in partnership with Makonnen’s Own Timeless Magic and COR / TAN Records.
Speaking of the collaboration, PAYDAY reveals, “Thanks to legend Makonnen for inviting me on this track and his debut album. I heard the line“ I’ve lost your bitch and now you know ”and it spoke to my soul.” ILoveMakonnen’s “Whoopsy” feat. PAYDAY HERESpeaking about the new album, ILoveMakonnen explains, “The My Parade project is my first album to take back control of my art and creativity. It’s about celebrating myself and having your own parade even if the world is raining. above. My The Parade album is a collection of genre styles in which I like to experiment and showcase my versatility as an artist by putting no limits on my musical expression. It is for my fans who appreciate and enjoy all eras of ILoveMakonnen’s music so far and new ones are now joining my artistic journey. ”He continues,“ It’s about delivering music in its purest form. creates it and then distributes it around the world. No major label, no distributor. ““Whoopsy” follows PAYDAY’s latest solo release, ‘PUKE Tapes Vol. 3 ‘, which is the explosive latest installment in its popular PUKE Tapes series, the first two of which debuted in the summer of 2020, putting PAYDAY firmly on the map as a one-to-watch. Listen to ‘PUKE Tapes Vol. 3 HEREAssociated with an official music video for the track “Cry”, written and conceptualized by PAYDAY and exploring “toxic masculinity” and the tendency of men to keep their emotions bottled up, doing everything in their power to maintain this stereotypical “machismo” picture. “Men / boys claiming to like traditionally manly things just because it’s the norm fuels toxic masculinity and can be extremely harmful,” PAYDAY explains. “That’s what the song and the video show – crying is not a sign of weakness.” Watch the video for “Cry” directed by Slade Sergerson HEREBolstered by PAYDAY’s lyric-spitting talent and quick wit, complemented by heavyweight production SickDrumz, Death Grips’ Andy M, Wilie Tafa, Peter Lalich and Nick “Unknown Nick” Audino, this four-track collection includes two unreleased tracks “Meow God” and “Cry”, alongside fan favorites “Dolphin, “and” Big Boy. “On the latter, his lyrical acrobatics collide with the statement:” I’m a girl, I’m a girl, yes I know, but I have a big mouth and a big boy. “Big Boy” resonates with fans around the world, with over 200,000 global streams combined in less than a week. Watch “Big Boy” video directed by Gabe Hostetler HERE.Explaining the origins of the track ‘PUKE Tapes’, she explains, “I do so many different things … I’m going to do a more pop song, or I’ll come in and really spit, or I’ll be depressed. It’s literally like puke, so I created this acronym with a deeper meaning: Payday’s Unbelievably Killer EP. It’s a random assortment of songs … like word vomits. “This latest collection of towering, genre-defying bangers is just the tip of the ice -berg of what’s to come from the proudly American blue-collar teenager born and based in California (via Louisiana, Texas and Seattle) At the end of last year, PAYDAY officially closed 2020 with the official release of her 11-track mixtape, “It’s Just Music”, written and performed by the teenager. Listen HERE. In October, she also dropped the official music video for “Guts,” which NYLON hailed as “a sweet love song for those who avoid love.” Watch the official music video for ‘Guts’ HERE.PAYDAY spent most of his childhood traveling from state to state with his family, wherever they could find work. Often a stranger to any school she was in every month or year, PAYDAY grew increasingly angry with the world, eventually finding an escape in music and a reliable friend in a Nintendo DS and a mic in. $ 14 she bought at Walmart. From the age of 8, she immersed herself in poem and lyrics, raps and rhythms, eventually evolving into everything PAYDAY. “It’s crazy, I went from being a weird new kid with a southern accent to being a cool kid who knew how to rap and make music.” Suddenly the kids who once harassed her because she was the strange stranger all wanted to be her friend, and PAYDAY found her calling spitting rhymes and lyrics in the school yard and producing music in his room. and unwittingly racked up all the cult following with the release of his debut single ‘Super ThiccWhich quickly prompted A&R and music blogs to come knocking on the door. Inspired by everything from Tyler, The Creator, Lil Uzi, OutKast and Kanye to Charlie XCX, Paramore and My Chemical Romance, PAYDAY is a welcomed and refreshing voice who defies genres for his generation. After spending most of 2020 writing and recording music, PAYDAY is undoubtedly poised to watch and break through in 2021.With more PUKEs and other projects on deck, PAYDAY is constantly moving closer to making this ambition a reality. Listen to PAYDAY’s new song with ILoveMakonnen, “Whoopsy” here:
“PUKE Tapes Vol. 3 ‘is everywhere now.