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When I’m Famous: Ether’s new track is for the people who don’t support until you get famous

Toronto, ON – Yesterday Toronto up-and-comer Ether released a brand new Tower Beatz produced single titled “When I’m Famous.”

“When I’m Famous” is a knowledge bomb for anyone who hasn’t figured out how the rap game works yet. Basically music fans are a bunch of sheep and don’t support an artist until that artist gets famous or makes it. People will straight up disrespect you when you’re on your come up. But as soon as you take yourself to the next level, everyone will want to catch the wave: “You don’t like me now/ You will like me when I’m famous/ And I can’t blame you, girl/ That’s the way the game is.”

It’s unfortunate, but it’s how things work. So when the time comes and people start to support, you can’t get caught up in your own hype. And Ether knows that. He also knows he has to be cautious with the females because some of them might come calling when he makes it. And no one wants to be with a girl who only cares about status.

When I'm Famous: Ether's new track is for the people who don't support until you get famous - HipHopCanada.com


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