7evin7ins Releases New Single “I.H.M.F. (i hate my friends)”
NJ-based alt artist 7evin7ins released his new single “I.H.M.F. (i hate my friends)” this past Friday. The new track was inspired by forced friendships and the ultimate choice to distance oneself from disingenuous people. “We’ve all at one point or another looked around at a crowd of people we surrounded ourselves with, and realized we didn’t fit in with them,” shares 7evin7ins. “I.H.M.F is a song about exactly that…distancing yourself from those people and finding your own path.” He continues, “I actually wrote this song about some people I got myself involved with recently. It for sure opens up your eyes about who is truly genuine in this world.”
Drawing inspiration from XXXTentacion, Lil Peep and Juice Wrld, New Jersey’s 7evin7ins has maintained unceasing momentum with his ability to combine a punk rock style with modern, hip-hop production. In a credit to 7evin7ins’ capability, numerous singles swiftly landed on multiple Soundcloud editorial playlists, while Alternative Press named him an “artist you need to know” with the release of his March 2021 single “Let Go.” With multiple new singles on the horizon, 7evin7ins will continue to carve a niche for himself in contemporary hip-hop circles as he concurrently expands the multi-instrumental personality of his sound.