vaultboy and K-pop star Eric Nam team up for ‘everything sucks’ remix

Singer-songwriter vaultboy has shared a remix of his viral hit, ‘everything sucks’, featuring K-pop sensation Eric Nam.

vaultboy’s popular single, ‘everything sucks’, gets the remix treatment featuring a guest appearance by K-pop artist Eric Nam.

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The pair have shared a music video of the rework, providing a fun and harmonious take of the vaultboy original.

vaultboy shares,

“I am beyond stoked to have Eric on the everything sucks remix! I first met Eric after we collaborated on the song he performed with Sarah Barrios “Have We Met Before”, which I co-wrote. We shot a live performance video together for that song and we got along well, so when I was looking for someone to guest feature on “everything sucks”, Eric felt like a no brainer. He’s an awesome dude and crazy talented, and we share a lot of laughs when we work together, so it was a fun experience getting to work with him in the studio and shoot a music video together.”

Eric Nam says,

“Working with vaultboy has been an incredibly fun experience and I’m excited for listeners and fans around the world to hear this remix.”

The two have previously collaborated together on Sarah Barrios’ ‘Have We Met Before?’, in which vaultboy was the songwriter and Eric Nam a featured guest.

Born out of 30-day songwriting challenge on TikTok, vaultboy’s original version of ‘everything sucks’ was released earlier this year in March. It rapidly hit #1 on the Spotify Global Charts staying there for almost two full weeks, and entered Spotify’s Viral Charts in 37 countries across the globe.

Also read: vaultboy tops global viral chart with debut single ‘everything sucks’

The single has garnered over 30 million streams and 8 million views on its music video, and has given the blossoming singer over a million followers on TikTok.

Eric Nam, named GQ Korea‘s Man of the Year, is one of the most recognizable Asia stars in the world. The Korean-American singer is one of the busiest solo acts, touring extensively and working on a ton of collaborations.





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