Deemun calls out haters and fakers on his new single and video Too Real — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Accompanied by an eye-catching video, the French-born, U.K.-based rapper’s latest cut was originally posted on TikTok as a bare-bones vocal track accompanied only by a piano. The song quickly gained a lot of exposure and love from his fans telling Deemun to release Too Real as a full single. Featuring slick production and thought-provoking lyricism, the track explores the notion of not surrounding yourself with people with the wrong intentions.
“I wrote this track aimed at people who are fake and are around you for the wrong reasons and intentions,” Deemun says. “I always keep it real and straight with everyone, so this track is about cutting people off who start to hate on your progression and success.”
Born in Paris, Deemun moved to the U.K. he was 10 years old. An up-and-coming talent in the rap scene, the artist first fell in love with music at the age of 14 listening to 50 Cent, Eminem and Dr. Dre. He started recording in the studio at age 17, and some of his biggest influences today include top artists like Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Polo G and Kid Laroi.
Through his label Off Limits Records, Deemun has been able to grow his career and ensure he has a structure and plan for everything he works on. This includes the songs he crafts and releases, and the powerful messages he wants to send out into the world.