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Indo-Kiwi Artist theajsound Questions A Lover on ‘HEARTLESS.’

Auckland-based Arjun Bhat teams up with rapper MC Culprit aka Seamus Copland Malone for the latest off his upcoming record ‘The Weekdays’

Anurag Tagat Apr 15, 2021

New Zealand pop artist theajsound and rapper MC Culprit. Photos: Alanka Joseph Media (theajsound), Courtesy of the artist (MC Culprit)

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Channeling saccharine upbeat pop, Auckland-based singer-songwriter theajsound aka Arjun Bhat teams up with MC Culprit aka Seamus Copland Malone on “HEARTLESS.”

A new release in March that’s part of theajsound’s upcoming EP The Weekdays, there’s a sentimentality heard on “HEARTLESS.” that marks familiar yet refreshing territory for the artist who’s been releasing music since 2020. Self-described as a “hopeless romantic in the past,” theajsound and MC Culprit sing about being givers in relationships where there’s clearly someone in it just for the taking.

Bhat says in a statement, “I drew from my experiences and my friends’, from when we’d been in relationships with someone selfish or self-centered. It’s hard when you’re in love with someone who cares a lot less about you, than you do about them. It may not sound like it, but ‘HEARTLESS.’ is a reminder that you deserve more.”

MC Culprit reached out to Indian-origin theajsound for a collaboration via Instagram and was keen to mix up their pop and hip-hop worlds. “My verse is about a girl I always looked for but have never found, a perfect girl who I’d ball out with and could trust and start a family with,” the rapper says.

From the seven-track EP The Weekdays, theajsound has so far released songs such as “BEMYLOVER” in January, which aptly channels the Eighties synth-pop sound, plus a loud and clear love for artists such as The Weeknd.

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Watch the lyric video for “Heartless” below. Stream on more platforms here.

 

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