Kid Travis Doesn’t Want To Give “Diamonds”
A pop gem about a partner that’s obsessed with name brands.
A pop gem about a partner that’s obsessed with material things.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based musical creative, Kid Travis, is a singer, songwriter, and producer who never fails to disappoint. His unique sound doesn’t limit itself to one genre and features a wide variety of styles. Travis’s unmistakable talent hasn’t gone unnoticed. His music has earned over 150 million streams on Spotify. Additionally, he has more than 480k subscribers on YouTube and 60k on Instagram. Both his original work and his covers have been acknowledged by prominent artists like Post Malone, Bryson Tiller, Rich Brian, and Dominic Fike. All of Travis’s music is available on Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud. One of Kid Travis’s recent drops is the pop single, “Diamonds.”
“Diamonds” is the kind of song everyone can love. In it, Travis gives emotional but laid-back insight into what it’s like to have a partner who loves money. Lyrics like “I wish I could rewind / You said it was one time / Brand new bag / you tell me every night” and “All you want is diamonds / Why are you so violent?” reflect on someone who’s obsessed with materialism. Not everyone has experience with this, but many people can imagine what a partner like that would be like. Lush tones and relatable lines have Kid Travis once again proving that he knows how to craft a catchy tune. You’ll want to listen to it on repeat. So, press play on “Diamonds” so you can add some sparkle to your day.
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