NEWS: Ghøstkid drop two versions of new song, ‘This Is Nøt Høllywøød’!

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Ghøstkid, the new project lead by Sebastian “Sushi” Biesler (ex-Eskimo Callboy), have now dropped two different versions of their brand new song, ‘This Is Nøt Høllywøød’.

The two versions of the track feature their own respective featured guest; one being Johnny 3 Tears of Hollywood Undead, and the other being rapper Timi Hendrix.

This is what Ghøstkid had to say of the song and its two different versions.

“You have money, you have fame, you have power but… THIS IS NØT HØLLYWØØD

Life is not a show and when all of this is gone you’re just like everybody else.
You can get hurt and lose yourself just like everybody else.

THIS IS NØT HØLLYWØØD is an unmasking that shows the ugly side of show business. To be an artist, sometimes means to deal with a lot of problems. You have it all but maybe you’ll have nothing in the end.

In the video of the song I’ve tried to symbolize this dilemma to the point.
Some say Jesus was the first popstar and you can compare his story to many others. The story has no happy ending.

People only see you as some kind of god. They glorify you even when they don’t know you in person. In the beginning you’re the idol and one day there comes the downfall and you end up on a cross!

Who can you trust if everybody just wants to see you as a perfect product?
Who will you ask for help if everybody just loves the artist and not the person behind the mask?
Who will take all your pain and pressure away if you always have to function?

As an artist nobody wants to see your weakness they just want to be entertained! You need a strong mind to shape a world that constantly tries to shape you. Otherwise, you will lose the most important thing… you will lose yourself!”

This is the version featuring Johnny 3 Tears of Hollywood Undead.

And below is the version featuring Timi Hendrix.

The band’s self-titled debut album will be released on November 13th 2020 through Century Media Records.

You can pre-order the album online from iTunes (here), Amazon (here), and Google Play (here).