Initially, you will resist the urge to like this song. You may, as the salty homegirl in this music video above predicts, think this shit is corny. And then, eventually, you'll lower your guard and succumb to "Really? Yeah!," because the song is slick, it's catchy, it's quirky with its build-up, and its bass kicks go persuasively hard. KYLE, you crazy for this one.
KYLE, who was recently featured alongside Chance the Rapper, Big Sean, and Jeremih on Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment's Surf, is releasing "Really? Yeah!" as the lead single from his latest project, Smyle, due out October 2. In the music video, directed by Jakob Owens, KYLE and his SuperDuper crew offer a colorful glimpse into their chillax, fratty brand of demi-cool.
"I took a phrase from an old song of mine and made it into a song about confidence," Kyle tells Complex, referring to his song's title and hook. "All the things you hear the doubters say in the video was really said to me at one point or another."
Watch"Really? Yeah!" music video above. Buy the single and pre-order his forthcoming album, Smyle, here.