Freddy D inspires listeners to be themselves on his new single and video The Life Of The Party — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The Long Island rapper’s latest release was inspired by his personal observations about life online. “It speaks from an introverted aspect, especially for every human that’s currently on social media,” he says. “It depicts what it’s like creating your own party and enjoying it regardless of who sees it or not.”
The song kicks off with the chorus as Freddy asserts that he will keep being himself even when no one is paying attention. He raps against a trippy backbeat that is just as catchy as the lyrics:
“We gone keep it going
When nobody is watching
We gone keep on moving
When them haters are blocking
Be the life of the party
Yeah, yeah, yeah
I don’t really need no one
If I can’t really be myself.”
The verses are just as confident as the chorus. Freddy raps with an easygoing flow as he discusses his personal journey and how he remains confident in himself despite the odds being against him.
Freddy’s musical journey began with family. His mother sang gospel, his father wrote poetry and his brother made beats, so stepping up to the mic was inevitable. He released his first album Hunger in 2013 and has followed it with a slew of other EPs and albums over the past decade. His newest project is the album EGO, short for Energy Goes On. Self-produced and penned by Freddy, the album is due in September. Life Of The Party is the first single.