¡MAYDAY! ft. Irv Da Phenom - My Life

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Not feeling Bernbiz‘s beard? Can’t stand Wrekonize‘s shades? Don’t trip—just stay in your own lane, and ¡MAYDAY! will keep to theirs. As they make clear on My Life, a new single off their Strange Music sophomore set, they’re not about to let petty criticisms like those mentioned above stop them from having a good time. In contrast to the darker, heavier vibes of previous features, this joint boasts a more exuberant, pop-oriented vibe. Crew member Plex Luthor partners with co-producer Infamous to craft a driving, keyboard-laced backdrop for his colleagues’ party-ready verses and Irv Da Phenom‘s catchy, stuttered hook. Jokes‘s official visuals offer fans a candid glimpse at the group’s recent travels. Fans can find My Life and many more bangers on ¡MAYDAY!‘s Believers LP, released to record stores and online retailers in mid-July.

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