A pop tune that calls out the hellish side of LA.
Los Angeles-based musical creative, WYATT, is also known as Wyatt Sanders. WYATT is a platinum-selling multi-instrumentalist, artist, writer, and producer originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. In his music career, he has worked with well-known artists such as Diplo, Trippie Redd, and iann dior. Clearly, he is well versed in collaborations and genre mixes. These days, WYATT is focusing on his solo projects and perfecting his sound. His previous work includes his 2021 EP WY WAIT and his 2022 track “Bittersweet.” His discography is available on Spotify, SoundCloud, and his own website. WYATT’s latest drop is the pop single “HeLL.A.”
An infectious blend of danceable beats makes “HeLL.A” an instantly appealing soundscape. However, the message doesn’t necessarily match the cool tone. This song was made to give a scathing review of living in Los Angeles. Lyrics like “Oh why can’t I just be somewhere else? You can say I’m too dramatic/ That’s what LA is, some type of hell” and “Soon you’ll be under their spell/ Praying to Gucci and Chanel” warn about the superficial side of LA. WYATT states that no one is immune to the city’s deadly charm. The people are the worst aspect and the least trustworthy; only bent on money. “HeLL.A” balances out unapologetic call-outs with catchy beats. So, press play on the song to understand the dark side of material-driven people.
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