For anyone looking to do a life do-over, NYC duo Sup?’s “I Quit” is the perfect track to blast while you fire yourself from anything that makes you miserable. “I Quit” was born from the frustrations we feel when we are stuck in a situation and feel powerless – with the magic two words, the duo flip the dynamics of power and give a giant midfinger while stepping away. It’s a dance-inducing, playful track where the robotized choruses exude a futuristic aura. In a way, it feels like you’re listening to your own AI brain from the future that is telling you to quit as happiness waits on the other side. It is sassy and has a punchy humor to it as the duo capture the freedom of being your own boss again. And by the way, speaking of the future, “I Quit” is actually available in NFT form – there are only 100 copies for sale which you can get here. And if you own an NFT, you get additional perks including access, tickets, and passes to all their shows and events, including in-person and virtual ones forever. Hit play as you start googling “resignation letter” to copy and paste coz nobody has time to write that shit:
In their own words, “‘I Quit.’ Two words we have all wanted to say about so many different things this past year. Society has always tried to reinforce the idea that quitting is weak, and that there is something inherently bad about a Quitter. This track is a triumphant ode that flips that notion on its head, and celebrates the empowerment one feels when they take control of their own destiny. Quitting something that no longer serves you is an important step in the journey of life. These are the victorious sounds of Quitting that thing you no longer need.
The release will take place virtually, in the ‘Metaverse.’ We’ve opted to to deliver our genesis record in the NFT format, which feels appropriate considering cryptocurrency and decentralization has offered financial freedom to so many, and has actually enabled many people to Quit their jobs or previous lifestyles. If you are holding a crypto bag, this one is for you.”
Guy Zalaky and Buckhy Skullet are the besties behind Sup? who have been friends and songsmithers since mid 90s. With the Sup? project, the duo intends to use their music to address any topics and express any opinions without any constraints.
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