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Review: "THANKS FOR THE THERAPY" - 7evin7ins

7evin7ins tackles the highs and lows of fame and journeying through the music industry with his new track "THANKS FOR THE THERAPY." The song is a sarcastic response to navigating the challenges of being signed to a major label, giving fake thanks for the woes and heavy feelings the experience has caused. Depicting the double-edged sword of chasing difficult dreams, "THANKS FOR THE THERAPY" explores the initial excitement that comes with achieving said dream and then the aftermath when things weren't what they seemed to be. Parts of the song also seem to reflect a toxic relationship, stating "Fake love, I know you’re not sorry/You gave up before I got started/Drove me to insanity/Hey thanks for the therapy." Though not everyone has gone through 7evin7ins' struggles of interacting with a major label, the song is relatable for anyone who has been disappointed or scarred by following their dreams.

Mixing elements of pop-punk and alt-rock, "THANKS FOR THE THERAPY" features a cathartic, edgy soundscape perfect for releasing some frustration. The song has a guitar and drum-laden instrumentation, driven by aggressive beats and face-melting guitar riffs. Though the track features some heavy lyrics, 7evin7ins incorporates a carefree attitude throughout the song, pairing his pent-up emotions with breezy, unforgettable melodies. "THANKS FOR THE THERAPY" has an anthemic feel to it, sounding positive and uplifting in the face of adversity.

Hailing from New Jersey, 7evin7ins is an up-and-coming artist known for seamlessly blending elements of pop-punk, alternative, and hip-hop together to create his unique sound. The artist began his journey after sustaining an injury that derailed his college basketball prospects, using music as an outlet. He eventually discovered TUBLife & Rockstaar, leading him to start recording professionally. 7evin7ins finds himself inspired by many, including acts like Paramore, Post Malone, Eminem, Lil Wayne, and Juice WRLD. Some of his popular releases include "Life Gets F**ked Up," "Oh Sh!t," "I'M A-OK," "break me," and "999!"

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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