Call Me Karizma Tells Us That It’s Okay To Be A Hermit In “Life Of The Party”

“If I’m the life of the party / Why do I stay home?

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Minneapolis hip-pop artist Call Me Karizma has been building a cult-like following in the online world with his avant-garde sound and audacity in tackling mental health taboo. His latest single “Life Of The Party” is a melancholic and buoyant piece where the 23-year-old assures us that choosing to be a hermit is okay – fuck fomo. Sometimes you need those alone moments to recoup and enjoy your own thoughts:

In regards to the track, Call Me Karizma explained, “I wrote Life of the Party for the kids who feel alone. To let them know it is okay to stay inside and be by yourself. This song is a sad anthem for the delinquents.”

Call Me Karizma’s EP The Gloomy Tapes; Vol 1 has already amassed 1.3 million streams and he has already played sold-out shows across 24 cities, which were all self-booked. This is who we call a self-made superman. Speaking of shows, he has a few coming up, so don’t stay home and go see him in person:

8/19 – Schubas (Chicago, IL, USA)

8/25 – 7th St @ First Avenue (Minneapolis, MN, USA)