Dave addresses the present generation with his new single titled ‘Children Of The Internet.’ On the song, the Brixton rapper speaks on image-editing to fit into society, modern day dating a other topics that most artist shy away from. The record itself belongs to producer Fraser T Smith and will land on his Future Utopia album.
The is about how social media and the internet is disconnecting people from reality, especially the younger generation – the ‘Children of the Internet.’ The song also features a message on the outro from artist and designer ES Devlin.
“I grew up in a good but a changin’ age / My wife and kids- Damon Wayans / When the youth club was everybody’s favourite place / Where if you spoke to a girl then it was face-to-face / Bruh, I seen the heart of the ‘hood turn trendy.” Dave kicks off the first verse.
“You can meet a hundred people without leaving your house / Puttin’ pictures in a frame, a memory in the clouds / You know everybody keeps their memories in the cloud / We finally found a voice and we ain’t speaking as loud / People only wanna listen to the sheep and the crowd.” He continues on the second.
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