Yung Garzi is what some might call a SoundCloud rapper. His esthetic fits the new breed of genre-bending artists that are gaining popularity, minus the face tattoos. Still, what he spits can also be considered something other than rapping. It might be more appropriate to call his vocals autotuned laments. It's a sound people are bound to love and hate. Today, the Yung Garzi drops his latest loosie called "Demonstrate." The song's content, along with that of his last track called "27 Club", cements him in the lane of the death-obsessed youngsters. He speaks of selling his soul, moving to California and having a limited time left to be alive. All the while, his lyrics have an apathetic tone, affirming a state of nonchalance facing all the issues he speaks of. Despite the angst, Yung Garzi demonstrates "how not to care".
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Dog eat dog world
Blame or be blamed
Popped two pills and I still can't feel a thing
Why you been so distant lately
Is it something I said?
Am I already dead?
I'm just another dream you want to forget