Mat Kearney Sings About How Fake Social Media Influencers Are

“I prolly shouldn’t write this,” serves as the opening line for Mat Kearney’s new single “I Don’t Really Care.” In his new song, he makes his humorous yet existential disdain for social media influencing crystal clear. He half pokes fun and half hates on social media culture.

The second verse holds the most potent lyrical trash talk for an un-named influencer. “Man, why you write a sonnet just tryin’ to get a comment? You aint nobody’s prophet. Just tryin’ to make a profit.” Although his song takes hard shots at social media culture, he doesn’t critique it aimlessly.

His answer to social media addiction is, “Can we just watch the sunset and forget how we compare? I wish that I could say that I don’t really care.”

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July 7, 2021 8:25 am

Wow. I commend Matt for standing up for what’s right and speaking his mind. I agree that social media can be overrated and some influencers too. He’s right, some influencers will do anything to get more followers. Proud of you, Matt! I’ve been listening to you since I was 7. 🙏🏻🙌🏻🔥💛

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