Dying in Designer

Dying In Designer “Wounds”

Dying In Designer has released a video for the latest single, “Wounds”, from his new album, Nobody’s Happy, which drops this Friday, August 16th, via Hopeless Records.

Here is what Dying in Designer had to say about this track. "'Wounds' was the last song I made before turning the album in. I had a session with Erik Ron and we were just hanging out jamming songs off the album. After listening to my album, Erik said he wanted to do something a bit different from what I already had. We somehow got on the subject of R&B and how much we both love that genre. From that moment we knew we wanted to make an emo R&B song. Wounds is about my ex girlfriend calling me to tell me she's found someone new. I was just starting to get over her and hearing that really set me back. Like you'll hear in the song, some wounds will never heal."

Dying In Designer "PTSD"

South Side Emo rapper Dying In Designer (aka Bobby O’Brien) has released a new single and video called “PTSD” via Hopeless Records. The track features production from Nick Mira and the video was created by Alex Zarek.

As with his previous releases, this song follows O’Brien into the darkest corner of his pain and depression. Mental Health is a huge topic of concern , especially this week, and O’Brien is bravely facing and expressing his struggles. It is our hope, as his, that this approach helps those struggling with the same issues.

Dying in Designer "Lately" Video

Dying In Designer has released visuals for his latest single “Lately”. The single was released last month via Hopeless Records and has already racked up over a million streams. This is the extreme sad emo rapper track as it deals directly with suicide.

When asked Dying In Designer has this to say about the track; "I want to help people who feel the way I have felt. I want to be a role model to these broken kids around the world. I want these kids to know that it's okay to feel down sometimes - emotions are real and will always be universal. I want my music to save lives”.

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