“The overall vibe of the song is about not letting anyone make you feel like you’re crazy or judge you for the things you naturally find yourself daydreaming about. The message is simple really, go out live a life filled with things that most only fantasize about and feel good about it,” says Robinson.
Mixing reggae vibes, rapid-fire rap, and dexterous pop he creates a bold signature blend. “Kill My Daydreams” is the follow-up to his infectiously rhythmic song “Question Why” both tracks were produced by GRAMMY® nominated producer Wyshmaster [The Lonely Island, T-Pain, Pitbull, B.o.B]. Expect more songs and videos leading up to the release of his forthcoming 2023 LP this summer.
The Brooklyn-bred artist signed to Strange Music in 2019 and introduced three EPs, 20/Twenty Chapter 1, 20/Twenty Chapter 2, and 20/Twenty Chapter 3. His 20/Twenty album was released in 2020 and in 2021 he delivered The Name Is Not Important with both albums garnering Top 10 spots on the iTunes charts and collectively racking up over ten million combined views and streams.