Emerging Los Angeles recording artist byesadboy took notice in 2020 with his breakout song “Hold My Hand.” Now, he approaches 2021 with aspirations to be the best of the year with the release of his new single, properly-titled, “Grow Up.” The new song showcases the rising star’s undeniable abilities, wordplay and appeal.
“Grow Up” features a guest appearance by Late Boomers Club. A collaboration that was long overdue says the rising star. In the press release, Byesadboy explains:
“‘Grow Up’ is the product of a long-awaited collaboration between Byesadboy and production duo Late Boomers Club. On the surface, the track is an upbeat, anthemic smash that combines the youthful dissent of Pop-Punk with the swagger and bounce of Hip-Hop. Underneath, it is a uniquely personal discourse that weighs the positive fulfillment of a committed relationship with the euphoria of partying and not taking responsibility.”
The new song follows the new artist’s previous release, titled, “Overdose.” Byesadboy originally surfaced in 2018 with the debut single, “What Do U Say.”
Best known for 2020 hit “Hold My Hand.” BYESADBOY brings in a rebellious, heartfelt, relatable sound sending you through an emotional roller coaster.
Born Jacob Smith (born August 10, 1994), Byesadboy is an American artist, songwriter and entrepreneur. 2021, the rising star plans to release his anticipated new album, currently untitled.