Global GRAMMY-nominated cultural phenomenon Marshmello transcends genres touching dance, pop, hip-hop, and more recently Coca-Cola.
He’s got millions of fans, headlining festivals left and right, has over 13 billion streams on Spotify alone, scores of RIAA-certified platinum records, and co-signs from the likes of the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez, Halsey, Migos, Roddy Ricch, Shawn Mendes, Cordae, Kane Brown, Khalid, and so many more! Mae Muller a Gen-Z starlet/songstress from the UK made her mark in the U.S. penetrating airwaves/TV off her own platinum-certified breakout smash hit “Better Days” (with Polo G x NEIKED).
Then there’s the wildcard Trippie Redd known for his hip-hop rock fusion. Under his belt, Trippie has nearly 30 platinum records, billions of streams, six albums that hit top 5 on the Billboard 200 including A Love Letter To You 4 which topped the chart, and a legion of zealous Gen-Z/Gen-Alpha fans! (the kiddies love him)
Together the trio turned youthful angst in a toxic relationship into one of the summer’s best emo-tinged alt smashes. In the Raja Virdi (Sigrid, Lewis Capaldi, Bring Me The Horizon) directed visual we find Mae Muller and Trippie Redd letting viewers into their worlds exemplifying the ups and downs of a relationship gone sour with a touch of Marshmello magic. The emotive lyrics over a rock-influenced instrumental can make one ponder whether are we all “American Psychos?”
“You made Me Hate Myself” —Mae Muller
“You used to call me on the phone. Nowadays you only calling me psycho.” —Trippie Redd