Demo Taped has come back with a fully realized new track, "Everyone Else," that's professional from the artwork to the production to the lyrics and is destined for pop success. The production has the lush, up-to-glass quality of a radio hit, but without the annoying supermarket-aisle drone that makes songs get old so fast. Maybe it's the one sound in there that's reminiscent of Kanye's distorted vocals that sound like a machine while retaining the imperfection and emotion of a human voice, or maybe it's the lyrical content which is sincere in its jealousy in the same way as Drake's "Hotline Bling." This song doesn't cross the line into possessiveness like Drake's does and Demo Taped and the feature, Jaira Burns, resign themselves to watching the objects of their desire finding themselves with "everyone else."
Listen to the two resign themselves to jealousy below:
I wish you were home
Havin trouble thinking of the fight we had
The way you lookin at me sayin' you'll never come back, home
I wish you were home.